Monthly Archives: May 2019

Heathrow takes bold action to reduce airport-related vehicle emissions

Heathrow has announced it is getting ready to introduce a set of tough new measures to protect local air quality, reduce congestion and tackle emissions, as the airport continues to use its scale to help solve environmental challenges.   The UK’s only hub airport is putting plans in motion to introduce charges for passenger cars and all […]

Brand new air jetties to be installed at Budapest Airport

A special convoy reached Budapest Airport during the weekend. Some brand new passenger boarding bridges, to be installed on the southern side of pier B, arrived by truck from the factory of manufacturer Thyssenkrupp in Spain. Three newly manufactured passenger boarding bridges (PBBs), to complement the three already installed last year, have arrived at the […]

Second Beijing Airport To Be Equipped With Airbus Solutions

The new Beijing Daxing Airport will benefit from a consolidated seamless communication system connected with Beijing International Airport to secure daily operations. Beijing Daxing Airport, due to open in September, will soon be the second in Beijing to secure daily operations with state-of-the-art technology by Airbus. Airbus will provide one Tetra DXTA server, and nine […]

How the Forest-Themed West Pier is Helping Helsinki Airport Compete

Five jet bridges, 13,000 square metres of additional space, two new restaurants, a premium-class lounge and a new child care room will raise Helsinki Airport’s long-haul flight services to an unprecedented level. “The opening of Helsinki Airport’s West Pier comes at a very good time as Finnair’s successful Asian strategy continues to increase the number […]

Pedestrian Bridge Removed from LAX Terminal In Prep for Automated People Mover

– – Following two nights of painstakingly precise work, construction crews have successfully removed the pedestrian bridge between Terminal 6 and Parking Structure 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), marking a major milestone in the construction of an Automated People Mover, slated to open in 2023. The work was completed in a way that […]

DFW Airport and American Airlines Announce Plans for Sixth Terminal

Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport and American Airlines have announced plans to develop a sixth terminal, providing a long-term commitment from the airline and opportunities for businesses and customers in the fastest growing region in the United States. The plans call for DFW to invest up to $3.0 to $3.5 billion in terminal improvements, […]

An insight into Hong Kong International Airport’s redeveloped and expanded Terminal 1

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has currently a number of major construction projects underway to turn the hub into an airport city. New operational and passenger facing facilities are being developed, including a third runway, a passenger building and extended APM, and baggage handling systems. Meanwhile, the airport is also upgrading its existing Terminal 1 […]

Launch day set for statutory consultation on Heathrow expansion

Heathrow’s statutory consultation on its expansion plans will commence the 18th of June and end on the 13th of September New CGI imagery released to show what an expanded Heathrow could look like June consultation follows an extensive period of non-statutory consultation and engagement Heathrow has announced that its statutory 12 and a half-week consultation on […]

Southwest Airlines Invests in Denver International Airport with New Maintenance Hangar

Today, SouthwestAirlines Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly announced the airline is furthering its commitment to Denver by investing nearly $100 million in its first maintenance hangar at Denver International Airport (DEN). “Southwest Airlines is a vital partner for Denver International Airport and we are proud the airline has decided to make this significant investment in […]