• Dallas/Fort Worth and American unveil Terminal F plans

    A sixth passenger terminal will be added at Dallas/Fort Worth International for American Airlines, officials from the two organisations announced on 20 May, adding that design work will begin immediately. Terminal F – to be built on a site south of Terminal D – will include up to 24

  • ADP engineering design subsidiary wins business worldwide

    ADP Ingénierie reports multiple recent contract awards worldwide for terminal and airfield design research, as well as traffic forecasting for international airports. In southeast China Groupe ADP is conducting a study into air traffic and airport capacity in the Hong Kong/Shenzhen area to

  • Eiffage in the picture for Toulouse stake

    Casil Europe is in talks with French civil engineering and construction group Eiffage to sell its 49.99% stake in Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. Eiffage has a track record in transport infrastructure development in the road and rail sectors, but no prior experience in airport concessions. Casil Europe

  • Heathrow sets date for statutory expansion consultation

    Heathrow Airport will launch its statutory consultation on expansion on 18 June in what it described as “its largest and most innovative engagement exercise yet” with the public. Heathrow is seeking feedback in four main areas: its expansion master plan from 2026 (when it expects to

  • Los Angeles adopts Aira for passenger assistance

    Los Angeles International (LAX) is helping blind and limited-vision travellers to navigate through the airport by introducing the Artificial Intelligence Remote Assistance (Aira) service from San Diego-based Aira Tech Corp. A passenger requiring help can download a smartphone app from Apple or

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  • Jersey and Sweden remote towers make more headway

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    Remote tower initiatives in Sweden and the British Isles reached significant milestones on 20 May. Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions (SDATS) stated that it has been officially certified by the Swedish Transport Agency as a provider of air traffic services; and Ports of Jersey announced that it has
  • Finnish team trials Runway Snowbot

    Finavia and four other Finnish companies have trialled autonomous snow removal methods and technology for application at airports that experience harsh winter conditions. The Runway Snowbot concept includes pre-programmed and optimised runway snow clearance patterns for an unmanned, autonomous
  • US suspends flights to Venezuela

    Passenger and cargo services between the US and Venezuela have been suspended on the orders of the US federal government. Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan said on 15 May that conditions in Venezuela threaten the safety and security of passengers, aircraft, and crew, requiring
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