• PAL plans extra Manila terminal

    Philippine Airlines (PAL) intends to build a new USD400 million passenger terminal beside its existing hub in Terminal 2 (T2) at Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), to expand capacity and improve passenger convenience. The 89,000 m2 new terminal would cater for 12–15 million

  • German government to fund special Berlin terminal

    A terminal for handling heads of state, VIPs, and other high-level government officials will be built at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. Construction of the special facility, including “complex cable routing measures”, will take place in 2020–21, according to a joint statement from

  • Changi sets T4 opening date

    The new Terminal 4 (T4) at Singapore Changi is to handle its first flight on 31 October 2017, following the conclusion of extensive readiness trials. Nine carriers will shift operations to T4 between 31 October and 7 November: AirAsia Group (comprising four airlines), Cathay Pacific Airways, Cebu

  • MEPs vote for longer ETS exemption

    Averting a possible clash with industry and major trading partners with the EU, members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on 13 September overwhelmingly voted to extend an exemption from the Emissions Trading System (ETS), enabling European airlines not to pay charges on their international flights.

  • PPP to upgrade Yelizovo

    Russian airport management holding company Airports of Regions (AR) has won a USD120 million tender to modernise Yelizovo Airport in the Kamchatka Peninsula. The project will be implemented as part of a public-private partnership (PPP). It includes construction of a 30,000 m2 terminal with annual

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  • Nominations open for Jane’s ATC Awards 2018

    Jane’s invites readers to submit nominations for the next edition of our ATC Awards, held each year since 2001. At a time of increasing air traffic, it is more important than ever to highlight work to improve safety, capacity, efficiency, and environmental performance – so we are
  • Arlanda to receive EBS

    Swedavia has awarded BEUMER Group a contract to install an Early Baggage Storage (EBS) system at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The value of the deal is undisclosed. The modular, rack-based CrisStore EBS will be integrated into Terminal 5 (T5) at Arlanda, without interrupting ongoing baggage-handling
  • App aims to reduce radiation false alarms in cargo

    Researchers from 20 countries have worked with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to develop a mobile app for cargo screening operations. The Tool for Radiation Alarm and Commodity Evaluation (TRACE) app aims to distinguish between alarms due to harmless amounts of naturally occurring



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