Monthly Archives: December 2021

Bamboo deal signals shoots of recovery at Melbourne Airport

Vietnam’s newest airline, Bamboo Airways, will become the first new foreign carrier to serve Melbourne Airport since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Bamboo Airways will make Melbourne its Australian headquarters and begin regular non-stop services between Melbourne and Ho Chi Minh City in April 2022. The airline intends to operate two flights per week […]


Lithuanian Airports appoint new CFO

This week Indrė Kunigėlytė became the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Lithuanian Airports. A total of nine candidates participated in the search that took almost two months. Until now, I. Kunigėlytė held the position of the Head of Economic Analysis and Public Procurement at Lithuanian Airports. Before joining the team of Lithuanian Airports, I. […]


Passengers numbers increase at Gatwick Airport for the Christmas getaway

Nearly 750,000 passengers set to travel through Gatwick during Christmas period – seven times more than over Christmas 2020 Most popular Christmas routes include Dublin (short-haul) and Cancun (long-haul) High COVID-19 levels continue to have an impact and airport urges that travel restrictions are in place “no longer than absolutely necessary” Gatwick Airport is set […]


InMotion opens new store at Gatwick Airport

InMotion, the market-leading technology retailer in travel locations, has opened its first store at Gatwick Airport, within the North Terminal departure lounge.   The new outlet from InMotion, a brand owned by WHSmith, will offer departing passengers products including tablets, digital action cameras and headphones, as well as an extensive range of travel accessories, such as adaptors, […]


Christchurch Airport calls for patience ahead of Christmas travel

With travel to family, festivities and summer holidays approaching, the airport terminal will be especially busy on December 23… but the rush will start before that. Chief Aeronautical and Commercial Officer Justin Watson says the airport will get a lot busier this week, when Aucklanders who are fully vaccinated, or have had a negative Covid […]


Travizory installs the world’s first health biometric corridor in Seychelles

Travizory Border Security has installed a cutting-edge biometric corridor for traveler screening in the Republic of Seychelles, to guarantee contactless and secure travel for all air arrivals. The launch of a biometric corridor for health travel screening at Seychelles International Airport, makes the Seychelles only the second country in the world after the UAE, and […]

Adelaide Airport Welcomes Opportunity to Host Global Airline Summit

Adelaide Airport has welcomed the announcement by CAPA – Centre for Aviation (CAPA) – the leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, analysis and data services – that the airport will host the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit in 2022 together with the South Australian Tourism Commission. Representatives from Adelaide Airport attended this year’s CAPA […]