Monthly Archives: February 2021

Seattle-Tacoma Appoints Architects to Lead Redevelopment of Concourse C

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) has hired architects The Miller Hull Partnership and Woods Bagot as joint project design leaders to manage the planned development of its Concourse C. The last decade has seen rapid passenger growth at the airport, which the 110,000ft2, US$340m expansion is designed to accommodate. In an effort to elevate the customer experience […]


PRESS RELEASE: Opening of new cargo terminal future-proofs WFS’ handling ambitions at ‘progressive’ Brussels Airport

NEW CARGO TERMINAL FUTURE-PROOFS WFS’ HANDLING AMBITIONS AT ‘PROGRESSIVE’ BRUSSELS AIRPORT Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), the world’s largest air cargo handler, has future-proofed its growing handling operation at Brussels Airport with the opening of a modern 250,000-tonne capacity cargo terminal, designed to optimise speed and deliver self-service and real-time information for airlines and freight forwarders. […]

EUROCAE and EUROCONTROL strengthen cooperation in aviation standards development

Today, the Director General of EUROCONTROL, Eamonn Brennan, and the Secretary General of EUROCAE, Christian Schleifer, concluded a new Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) between the two organisations at a virtual meeting in the presence of the EUROCAE President and Council Chair, Bruno Ayral, Thales LAS France. The new MoC builds on and strengthens decades of […]

ACI commends airports for customer engagement during pandemic

Airports Council International (ACI) World has commended airports that have continued to prioritize listening and engaging with customers during the Covid-19 pandemic. ‘The Voice of the Customer’ recognition is for airports that have demonstrated significant efforts in gathering passenger feedback through the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) program to help them better understand their customers during […]

Bahrain International’s new terminal opens

The new US$1.1bn terminal at Bahrain International Airport began passenger operations on January 28. The terminal will allow the airport to accommodate 14 million passengers per year, thanks to a combination of 104 check-in counters, 36 passport control units and 24 security screening points. His Excellency Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed, minister of transportation and telecommunications […]