Monthly Archives: April 2023

Avolon Commits to Ordering 40 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

Aircraft valued at over $4 billion at current list price Delivery scheduled between 2027 and 2030 Avolon, the international aircraft leasing company, announces a commitment to order 40 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery between 2027 and 2030; and are valued at over $4 billion at current list price. Avolon delivered […]

Strong performing summer ahead for Europe’s regional airports, whilst volatility and performance gaps remain

At the annual gathering of Europe’s regional airports and their business partners taking place today and tomorrow in Chania, Crete, the latest industry analysis from ACI EUROPE has described a market segment which is simultaneously outperforming with a positive summer ahead, whilst also warning of disparities in the pace and strength of recovery and continued […]

Historic Summit Between the European Union & India, Paving the Way for Low-Cost Airline Expansion

In a major move for the airline industry, leaders of the European Union and India met at the EU-India Aviation Summit to establish a comprehensive aviation agreement to liberalise traffic rights and boost regulatory alignment, including the acceleration of decarbonisation policies between the two regions. Wizz Air participated in the discussion to foster negotiations and […]

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Records Over 21 Million Passengers Per Annum in 2022-23

With the economic recovery, higher consumer spends, aviation- friendly government policies along with infrastructure development the Indian aviation industry has started to show a considerable recovery across domestic and international travel sectors. Mr. Pradeep Panicker, CEO – GMR Hyderabad International Airport, said, “There has been an upsurge in air travel from the region. This is […]


Heathrow Releases Commemorative Luggage Tag for King’s Coronation

12,000 souvenir luggage tags will be given out to Heathrow passengers next week  London-based artist Morag Myerscough designed the tag  The colourful memento is the latest example of the airport’s long history of supporting and celebrating the monarchy  Heathrow is set to release an exclusive run of commemorative luggage tags to mark the Coronation of King […]


Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Takes Next Steps to Grow Cargo Presence

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is beginning a comprehensive redevelopment of the Airport’s 19th Street Cargo facility, which will enhance DFW’s ability to process international e-commerce and increase overall cargo capacity. The project will continue DFW’s growth in cargo operations while applying state-of-the-art technology that addresses labor shortages, airport congestion, and sustainability while increasing […]


Charlotte Douglas International Airport Receives Green Globes® Certification

Charlotte Douglas International Airport’s Central Energy Plant achieved Two Green Globes® certification for new construction, recognizing sustainability efforts for resource efficiency and reduction of environmental impacts. The certification affirms the Airport’s continued commitment to current and future building operations best practices, occupant health and wellness, and reducing carbon emissions. Administered by the Green Building Initiative […]


SITA renews sponsorship of the leading ACI-ICAO executive development program for airport managers

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) today announce SITA’s renewed and long-standing support of the leading training and leadership program for airport executives, the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Program (AMPAP). Since its launch in 2007, AMPAP has become the globally recognized and respected curriculum for career development and excellence […]

San José Mineta International Airport Dedicated Transit Solution Moves Ahead

The City of San José is moving forward with an innovative, dedicated transit solution to connect the city’s two largest transportation hubs, Diridon Station and San José Mineta International Airport (SJC). The City Council voted yesterday to accept a staff recommendation to enter into a pre-development agreement with a group of firms under the name […]