Monthly Archives: July 2021

New route Quito-Guayaquil-Galapagos is launched

This morning, the Quito-Guayaquil-Galapagos route operated by Aeroregional was inaugurated, becoming the third airline to operate domestic flights between Quito and the Galapagos Islands. The airline will initially operate two weekly frequencies on Tuesdays and Saturdays using Boeing 737-500 aircraft with capacity for 129 passengers and a Boeing 737-400 with capacity for 145 passengers. Depending […]

“We can’t wait to welcome you back” says London City Airport in new passenger video

London City has today released a new video to welcome back and support passengers as they resume travelling through the airport this summer.  Momentum is building at the airport with the restart of more international flights and destinations for the summer holiday season. The release of the new passenger video comes on the back of […]


VINCI Airports deploys a customised tool to improve Airfield Pavement Management

VINCI Airports announces the deployment of a new customised solution to continue to guarantee the optimal quality of its airport pavements. This system, named APMS – Airport Pavement Management System – centralizes data on pavement condition monitoring and enables the optimal planning of maintenance work required for airport pavements: runways, taxiways and aircraft parking areas. […]

IATA Adds Environmental Sustainability to its Training Curriculum

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched an environmental sustainability training program together with the University of Geneva (UNIGE). While sustainability has played an important role in the industry for many years, it is a key priority as the sector rebuilds from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent survey of more […]

LATAM Renews Cargo Contract with WFS in Spain

LATAM Airlines has awarded Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) a cargo handling contract extension at Barcelona Airport. Having initially appointed WFS in Barcelona in 2018, LATAM has now signed a new three-year agreement for WFS to handle cargo onboard its Boeing 767 operations carrying import and export shipments through Barcelona annually. “WFS is our partner for […]

IFSEC Global Top Influencers in Security & Fire 2021 unveiled

On Wednesday 21st July, this year’s list of IFSEC Global Top Influencers in Security & Fire 2021 was unveiled. Selected from hundreds of nominations and a judging process by a highly respected international panel, the influencer awards span several categories, with those recognised in the list coming from across the globe. View this year’s IFSEC […]

New tool assists airports to plan capacity increases as recovery continues

Airports Council International (ACI) World has today released a new tool to assist airports in terminal planning to increase capacity as the global recovery from the pandemic continues. The new Static Capacity Tool – developed by ACI World Business Partner Redwater Consulting Group – will assist by helping airports to evaluate the level of resource […]

Jamco and ANA Partner to Test the World’s First Hands-Free Lavatory Door

Innovative design enables passengers to keep newly-washed hands cleanJamco Corporation announces its new, hands-free lavatory lock knob and door handle, developed in collaboration with All Nippon Airways (ANA), a Skytrax certified 5 Star Airline in Japan. For passengers that do not wish to use their fingers or hands to touch the lavatory door, Jamco and […]

Construction Begins on $230 Million Renovation Project AT LAX Terminal 6

(Los Angeles, CA) Work has begun on a $230 million project that will greatly improve the guest experience at Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), including a complete overhaul of the gate areas and lounges, and the replacement of passenger boarding bridges. “LAX is bringing to life our vision for a reimagined airport […]


Edmonton International Airport Welcomes Lifting of Travel Border Restriction

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) applauds Transport Canada’s decision to lift travel border restrictions as of Aug. 9 at five Canadian airports, including EIA. This is an important next step in the safe resumption of travel to and from Canada. “Safety remains our top priority and we have been working closely with Transport Canada to ensure […]