Monthly Archives: June 2020

London City flyers point to clearing skies

A survey of London City Airport customers shows strong demand for air travel as the airport prepares to reopen   Over three quarters of customers likely to travel when they are told it is safe to do so   More than 40 percent expect to jet off for business or leisure within the next three […]

ACI Europe outlines commitments on reopening air travel

The industry association representing Europe’s airports, ACI Europe, has published what it calls “two landmark documents” that address airports’ commitments to the public and make recommendations to policy makers as travel restrictions are eased in the European Union. ACI Europe stated that these documents “unequivocally and firmly signal both the readiness and confidence of Europe’s […]

Introducing the new Airport Show webinar series

Held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirate Airline and Group Airport Show is hosting a series of webinars providing a platform in these challenging times for the aviation industry to connect, engage, learn […]

Vilnius Airport starts reconstruction of taxiways and apron

The work on the renovation of taxiways and the reconstruction of the apron started at Vilnius Airport this week. The main goal of the reconstruction project is to renew pavements and widen taxiways, create conditions for the taxiing of larger category aircraft and implement environmental solutions. Most of the work will be performed by the […]

Drive-in movies at Majura Park hosted by Canberra Airport

The Canberra Airport welcomes Park-In Pictures, the first drive-in movie experience for Canberra in decades, to Majura Park starting this weekend 19 and 20 June 2020. Melissa Evans, Head of Marketing and Communications, Canberra Airport, said this family friendly entertainment event was a collaboration between Park-In Pictures, Screencraft Canberra, and Canberra Airport to bring a […]

UK government aviation guidance released

The UK’s Department for Transport has published new aviation guidance, setting out measures operators should put in place to protect staff and passengers. The guidance, produced by the government’s International Aviation Taskforce, in collaboration with the industry, also provides advice for passengers on how to travel safely and how to follow social distancing measures at […]


Reed Exhibitions, organisers of the renowned Passenger Experience Conference (PEC), has announced details of its first-ever six-part virtual webinar series that will run weekly from 17 June through to 22 July. The series of free online webinars will debate some of the biggest problems facing the aviation industry in the post-pandemic world and how they […]

Vilnius Airport officially opens new VIP terminal & conference centre

As the aviation industry is gradually beginning to recover and various restrictions for organizing events are lifted, a new multifunctional building has been officially opened at Vilnius Airport – it houses the new VIP terminal and a conference centre. Situated at a unique location, the new building offers great views onto the northern apron of the airport. The […]

European airports prepare to reopen

Two more European airports – Paris Orly and Teesside – have announced they will reopen later this month. Groupe ADP, operator of France’s Paris Orly Airport, says facilities will be reopened gradually, starting in the Orly 3 area on June 26. It will be equipped with thermal cameras to monitor passenger temperatures, and passengers will […]

Quito Airport: Protocols outlined by the National COE for international arrival passengers

To accomplish the resumption of commercial passenger flights in Ecuador, the National Emergency Operations Committee (COE), issued on June 1 the Protocol to enter the country by air, mandatory preventive isolation stay and leave during the span of the state of emergency. Below are the general provisions of the protocol: Passengers must fill out and […]