Monthly Archives: July 2019

Giant digital billboard lands at Darwin International Airport

The first large format outdoor digital billboard in the Territory has landed at Darwin International Airport, providing advertisers an audience reach of more than 2.2 million international and domestic passengers who visit the airport every year. Darwin International Airport Director Commercial, Shane De Wit said: “Darwin International Airport is excited to launch this new outdoor […]

Paragon ID signs a global, multi-year contract with Air France for the supply of RFID luggage tags

Paragon ID, a leading provider of identification solutions for Transport, e-ID, Traceability, Brand Protection and Payment is pleased to announce the signature of a 3-year contract with Air France for the supply of the airline’s RFID luggage tags. The airline industry is preparing to carry more than 7.8 billion¹ passengers per year. Over the next […]

Ground broken on new airport station at Montréal-Trudeau

ADM Aéroports de Montréal has held a groundbreaking ceremony to officially launch construction of the future Réseau express métropolitain (REM) station at Quebec’s Montréal-Trudeau International Airport. The construction of the REM station is part of a much larger project, the cityside development program, which will include rebuilding the multilevel parking complex and the drop-off/pickup zones […]

Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Opens at San Francisco Airport

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) yesterday announced the official opening of the first nine-gate section of Harvey Milk Terminal 1. Southwest Airlines and JetBlue began flights yesterday from the new Boarding Area B. With this opening, SFO will once again set a new standard for the airport experience, making air travel less stressful, more […]

HMSHost Unveils New Fresh Attractions Food Choices at North American Airports

HMSHost greets summer travelers with more choices to keep fueled; features sustainable packaging and a commitment to food donation Summer travel season is in full-swing and new convenient grab-and-go food choices have landed at North American airports and at motorways across the United States. From nutrient-packed portable sandwiches to superfood salads, global restaurateur HMSHost provides […]

Frankfurt Airport Opens Seven New Security Control Lanes in Extension Hall A

Construction of purpose-built extension hall at Terminal 1 completed within just six months – Checkpoint equipped with latest-generation security technology to reduce waiting times for passengers. The German Federal Police (Bundespolizei) and airport operator Fraport AG have opened a new aviation security checkpoint at Frankfurt Airport (FRA). Featuring seven control lanes, the additional checkpoint has […]

Bristol Airport responds to climate emergency with roadmap to reduce emissions

Bristol Airport has published a carbon roadmap setting out how it will achieve its ambition to be a net zero airport and accelerating efforts to achieve carbon neutrality. Carbon neutral target fast-tracked to 2025 Carbon levy to offset all road journeys Flights to fall under international agreement to keep emissions at 2020 levels The roadmap has […]

Dublin Airport Installs Automatic Aircraft Parking System

Dublin Airport is installing an automatic visual docking guidance system (AVDGS) on all aircraft contact parking stands. AVDGS is an electronic display above aircraft parking stands which provides real time information to pilots as they are parking aircraft on arrival or pushing back for departure. The new system has an added safety feature with an […]

Aircraft Interiors Expo Los Angeles announces CabinSpace Live Seminar Programme

Aircraft Interiors Expo lands in Los Angeles on 10-12 September 2019 Aircraft Interiors Expo Los Angeles (AIXLA) – the only global fall event dedicated to the cabin interiors industry – has revealed an impressive programme of CabinSpace Live seminar sessions that will feature at this year’s show running from 10-12 September in Los Angeles. Free […]

Strong support for Gatwick’s master plan as airport confirms way forward for sustainable development

Gatwick has published its final master plan and a report on its 12-week public consultation, which concluded earlier this year. This consultation showed strong support for airport development with two thirds of respondents saying they support Gatwick ‘making best use of its existing runways’ in line with Government policy. The final master plan sets out […]