Monthly Archives: June 2019

Manchester Airport unveils its new food and beverage offering in its £1bn transformation of Terminal Two

More than a dozen (15) exciting and new brands set to tantalise passengers’ taste buds Brands have a distinct Mancunian feel, echoing the roots and heritage of the region the airport serves Five brands making airport debuts Outlets due to open in 2020 as new terminal extension opens For more information on each of the […]

Mobile Passport, The Best Kept Secret at LAX, Can Help Travelers Save Time

As the busy summer travel season kicks into high gear, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are encouraging eligible international passengers to take advantage of one of LAX’s best-kept secrets – Mobile Passport. The free and secure Mobile Passport Control (MPC) app allows arriving U.S. and Canadian citizens to […]

Budapest Airport’s New Logistics Base Takes Step Closer to Completion

The larger building section of Budapest Airport’s logistics base called the BUD Cargo City has reached its final structural form. To mark the occasion, Merkbau, the contractor of the building section and Budapest Airport held a joint topping out ceremony, where Budapest Airport’s chief property and cargo officer spoke about the role of the Hungarian […]

Avinor Secures Partnership for Production of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Avinor has entered into an agreement with Quantafuel to buy sustainable aviation fuel based on Norwegian biomass. The fuel will be produced in a pilot plant partly funded by ENOVA*. “Sustainable aviation fuel is essential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from aviation. The establishment of a pilot plant is an important step towards the production […]

London City reveals new ‘fly-through’ animation

London City Airport’s new two-minute animation offers a glimpse of the future passenger experience at the airport, London’s most central. The video fly-through, created by the visualization team at design and engineering consultancy Atkins, conveys what the passenger experience will be like at London City Airport following a £500m (US$620m) transformation, with major new facilities […]

LAWA launches small businesses program

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has launched BuildLAX Academy, a new program designed to prepare small contracting businesses for success when working on projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). With major construction programs now beginning or on the horizon as part of LAWA’s multi-billion-dollar capital improvement program, including the LAX Landside Access Modernization Program […]

A new biofiltration system is cleaning the waters flowing through Helsinki Airport

An area dedicated to biofiltration has been completed at Helsinki Airport, to support the protection of watercourses around the airport. The pilot system is the largest in Finland in its class. Good environmental work is part of Finavia’s corporate responsibility. The Sum of Good Things article series highlights details of Finavia’s responsibility work. This article focuses on water management […]

Aircraft Interiors Expo launches major buyer initiative: AIX Connect

Senior buyers from the aviation industry will converge in Los Angeles this September for the return of Aircraft Interiors Expo – the only global fall event dedicated to the cabin interiors industry – and the launch of its new buyer programme: AIX Connect. Qualified buyers from OEMs, airlines and tier 1 suppliers will be taking […]

Heathrow reveals masterplan for expansion with launch of its largest consultation

Heathrow today unveils its preferred masterplan for expansion with details of tough new measures to reduce emissions revealed, as well as our preferred plans for noise respite and proposed ban on scheduled night flights. This statutory consultation is the next major milestone for the expansion proposals, and Heathrow’s most innovative and largest consultation to date […]