Monthly Archives: January 2022

Scheduled Commercial Flight Operations At Pulau Pangkor Stolport Will Boost Domestic Tourism And Local Economy

The commencement of scheduled commercial flight operations at Pulau Pangkor Short Take Off and Landing Port (STOLports) (IATA Code: PKG) is set to heighten tourism demand for the island and contribute to the local economy. PKG today welcomed inaugural flight KI6357 by SKS Airways flying in from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang (IATA Code: […]

Bristol Airport to commence a major redevelopment of its departure lounge

£2.6million investment enhancing customer facilities A major redevelopment project to improve the airside departure lounge at Bristol Airport is due to commence next week, Monday 24th January. The three-month project, which will include an overall investment of £2.6 million and create dozens of new jobs, is expected to be completed in time for the Easter […]

GEODIS Awards Manpower Contract to WFS to Manage Paris CDG Cargo Facility

Global logistics service provider, GEODIS, has awarded Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) a manpower contract to supply a dedicated team of cargo handling professionals for its facility at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. The agreement, commencing January 2022, will see some 28 WFS handling staff operate GEODIS’ brand new 4,000 sq mt cargo facility at the […]

Local taxi rank returns to London Luton Airport

The owner and the operator of London Luton Airport has announced the return of a new, improved and greener local hackney carriage service at the terminal. The move has come about as part of new partnership agreement signed by both parties in November, aimed at supporting a sustainable aviation system in Luton and local jobs through […]

Lithuanian airports’ aviation traffic results for 2021: the period of rapid recovery

In 2021, Lithuanian airports handled almost 2.5 million passengers, 37% more than in 2020, when they handled just over 1.8 million. According to aviation experts, in 2021, aviation flows at Lithuanian airports grew in almost all main categories, with the active phase of recovery starting in the middle of the year. European and Lithuanian aviation […]

ACI-LAC reaches 52 airports in Airport Carbon Accreditation program

Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) is pleased to reach 52 airports accredited in the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program. The Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Program is the only airport-specific carbon management certification that independently evaluates and recognizes airports’ efforts to manage and reduce their carbon emissions. The program has […]

Bristol Airport and ICTS UK & Ireland’s long-standing security partnership to continue

Bristol Airport has re-awarded ICTS UK & Ireland as its security partner, responsible for the provision of security services/passenger screening at the Airport. Alan Dutt, Executive Director of Aviation Security Services, ICTS UK & Ireland said: “We are delighted to continue our fifteen-year partnership with Bristol Airport. Whilst the pandemic has not been easy, ICTS […]

Naviair and Billund Airport implements Insero AviSky and RCMS upgrade

The Denmark-based Insero Air Traffic Solutions has successfully upgraded Remote Control & Monitoring System (RCMS) at Billund Airport and implemented Insero AviSky to support Naviair’s new Remote Tower Centre. Naviair, The Danish Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), is introducing Remote Tower in Denmark with the aim of enabling operations of several airports into a single […]

Avinor to launch retail and food & beverage tender with contracts valued at €830 million

Avinor is currently launching multiple contracts across retail, F&B and convenience with a combined value of 830 million euros. The tender is set up to provide attractive business opportunities, for both small and large suppliers, at Norway’s four biggest airports. The tender includes all retail outlets at Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim Airports, as well […]