Monthly Archives: April 2021

Lithuanian Airports expect traffic growth in Q2 as first quarter results are published

Due to a complicated pandemic situation in the world, during the first quarter of this year, Lithuanian Airports recorded lower flight flows, number of passengers and quantities of cargo transported by air compared to the last quarter of 2020. The stagnation recorded by Lithuanian Airports at the beginning of the first quarter of this year […]

Menzies Aviation Commits to a More Sustainable Future with Industry Leading Carbon Neutrality Goal

Menzies Aviation, the global aviation logistics specialist, today announces its commitment to making 100% of its operations carbon neutral by the Company’s 200-year anniversary in 2033. Menzies believes it is the first aviation services company to make this ground breaking commitment to carbon neutrality. Menzies Aviation will formalise this industry-leading carbon neutrality commitment by becoming […]

A new state-of-the-art 50,000-m² logistics building at Brussels Airport

After two years of construction work, a new logistics building for the handling of goods was officially opened in the logistics area at Brussels Airport. This building which provides large refrigerated storage spaces and offers direct airside access, henceforth accommodates three first-class logistics companies: Kuehne+Nagel, Worldwide Flight Services and Expeditors. Brussels Airport boasts an essential logistics […]


Rolling droid delivers food and smiles at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP)

The mobile food ordering and delivery service at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is on a roll thanks to a new ambassador that barely sees eye-to-eye with most kids and doesn’t speak a word. Yet, it invites double-takes, smiles and pointed fingers from travelers as it rolls by on its delivery missions. In partnership with […]


Fiumicino and Ciampino airports are the first in Europe to achieve the Airport Carbon Accreditation 4+ from ACI Europe.

“We’re aiming for zero C02 emissions by 2030, long in advance of the European references for the sector, with a plan mainly aimed at renewable sources and electric mobility”  – CEO of Aeroporti di Roma, Marco Troncone Aeroporti di Roma confirms its determination in terms of Sustainability and, specifically, on the fight against climate change. […]


Domestic routes to resume as City Airport gears up for the Great British Summer

Key regional connections restored between London City and three Scottish cities in boost for domestic tourism BA CityFlyer to restart flights to Edinburgh on 15th April Loganair’s route to Dundee to resume from 16th April BA CityFlyer to resume flying to Glasgow on 17th May London City Airport (LCY) has welcomed the restoration of key […]


Safe travel becomes more convenient as Palanga Airport opens Covid-19 testing site

Services of testing for COVID-19 begin to be provided next to Palanga Airport from the morning of 9 April. A laboratory research company has established its post near the passenger terminal of the seaside airport – paid testing services will be provided here in line with the schedule of flights (the services will be […]


ABM, one of the UK’s leading providers of aviation services, has pledged its support to the Aviation Skills Retention Platform (ASRP), a platform developed by Talent Retention Solutions (TRS) to help UK aviation industry talent to showcase their experience and expertise, while helping businesses find the skills they need. Funded by Government, TRS is an […]

Canada’s Fredericton International Airport Completes Terminal Expansion

Ahead of schedule and under budget, the Fredericton International Airport is now modernized, expanded, and ready for service to resume The Fredericton International Airport (YFC) has completed construction on its much-anticipated terminal expansion project. The new YFC will be a cornerstone of economic recovery, creating a strong impression on first-time visitors to our region while […]