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Only four of the ‘top 100’ airports don’t need a major infrastructure upgrade in the next 10 years, according to IATA. But which are they, and is that statement truly justified?
IATA’s director of global airport infrastructure and fuel, Hemant Mistry, speaking at a media briefing at the IATA AGM and World Air Transport Summit, said…..
It is all part of a master plan! Bristol and Newcastle reveal lofty regional passenger demand projections
Two smaller but still very regionally significant English airports, Newcastle International in the northeast and Bristol in the southwest, have announced long-term development plans to…..
New Heathrow Western Hub development proposal from Arora Group plans single campus to handle 85 million passengers per annum
The Arora Group has unveiled plans for new terminal buildings at London Heathrow Airport, as part of its bid to undertake development of Heathrow’s expansion……
IATA: infrastructure, costs and the regulatory framework need to be the focus for Latin America and Caribbean governments
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the governments of Latin America and the Caribbean to focus on infrastructure, costs and the region’s…..