Monthly Archives: November 2018

Seletar Airport, Singapore, Commences Operations at New Passenger Terminal

Seletar Airport started operations at its new passenger terminal on November 19th. All operations have been transferred from the old terminal, situated at the west of the Seletar aerodrome, to the new one at the east. The new passenger terminal welcomed its first passengers through the business aviation wing of the terminal. The new terminal […]

Concourse D Annex Opens at Sea-Tac Airport to Relieve Congestion

The Port of Seattle’s Concourse D Annex project is designed to relieve current congestion for travelers waiting at crowded gates and aircraft waiting on the airfield for an open gate to deplane passengers during peak periods. The new annex uses space at Sea-Tac more efficiently to provide for passengers waiting for flights, reduces the amount […]

Aviation Minister joins London City Airport to Attract STEM Talent

London City Airport joined by Baroness Sugg and businesses to champion STEM subjects to 400 East London school pupils at London ExCeL London City Airport assembled some of the best-known business names in the country today, to tackle the rising skills shortage in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) and announce a […]

Emirates to launch ‘biometric path’ at Dubai International Airport

Emirates is to launch the world’s first biometric path, which will offer its customers a seamless airport journey at the airline’s hub in Dubai International airport. Utilizing the latest biometric technology with a mix of facial and iris recognition, Emirates passengers can soon check in for their flight, complete immigration formalities, enter the Emirates Lounge, […]

ACI welcomes ground-breaking amendment to ICAO standards

New ICAO amendment to help airports boost safe airfield capacity and efficiency Airports Council International (ACI) World has welcomed a significant amendment to ICAO standards and recommended practices which have the potential to have a transformational effect for many airports by providing for greater airfield efficiency and increases in capacity. The amendment, to Volume I […]

New Airport VIP Service inaugurated at Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Stockholm Arlanda Airport will be developed into the leading airport in Scandinavia. Investments of 15 billion Swedish kronor are planned through 2025 in order to create an airport that is ready for the travel of the future. As part of this work, Airport VIP Service’s new premises – with 2,000 square metres of floor space […]

Concession Opportunities at Terminal 3, San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport has commenced the Request for Proposals (RFP) process for the Terminal 3 Boarding Area F Retail Concession Leases.  The RFP includes three retail Leases with the following proposed Lease specifications:  Lease 1 – Three locations that include a Newsstand, Beauty Specialty Store, and a Gourmet Market; Lease 2 – Sunglasses Specialty […]

New Multi Modal Facility at O’Hare International Airport Opens

Mayor Rahm Emanuel today joined the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) to cut the ribbon on a new state-of-the-art ground transportation center serving O’Hare International Airport. The new Multi Modal Facility (MMF) directs rental car operations, public parking and other modes of ground transit into one centralized location to improve connectivity for travelers at O’Hare. […]

Development of a smart city concept at Munich Airport

Munich Airport and the renowned Senseable City Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have reached an agreement to work together in the development of the LabCampus Innovation Center at Munich Airport. Plans to launch the LabCampus future project–an innovation lab on the airport campus that will promote cooperation between companies and across industry […]