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28
Mar

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: FRANKFURT AIRPORT

Chairman of the Executive Board, Dr Stefan Schulte, talks to Joe Bates about his ambitions and development plans for Frankfurt Airport and the Fraport Group’s global airport portfolio. Being in the spotlight is nothing new for Frankfurt Airport or owner and operator, Fraport AG, with barely a week seeming to pass without them making headlines...
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6
Mar

DFW WINS CLIMATE LEADERSHIP AWARD FROM US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has been selected to receive the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Climate Leadership Award for Organizational Leadership. It is the first US airport to be recognised for two consecutive years by the EPA in the Climate Leadership Awards. The Organisational Leadership Award recognises organisations that not only have their own...
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6
Mar

COLORADO AWARDS GRANT TO DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO EXPAND ITS FOOD DONATION PROGRAMME

Denver International Airport (DEN) is expanding its food donation programme after being awarded a $20,313 grant by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. The grant, which was awarded to DEN through the Recycling Resources Economic Opportunity (RREO) grant programme, is being used to purchase eight new coolers to store food donated by participating...
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14
Feb

SFO PLANNING TO REPAVE ITS SECOND LONGEST RUNWAY

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) today announced plans to repave Runway 28L, one of two runways used primarily for arriving flights. The project will also install new long-lasting LED centerline lights and ground markings. Along with this project, construction of Taxiway F2 and enhancements to Taxiway S will improve operational efficiency of Runway 28L. “This...
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6
Feb

SEATTLE-TACOMA BREAKS GROUND ON NORTH SATELLITE MODERNISATION PROJECT

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has officially broken ground on its North Satellite Modernization Project, which it says will expand and renovate the 44-year-old facility to better serve passengers and respond to continuing growth. Washington Senator, Maria Cantwell, joined Port of Seattle officials, Alaska Airlines and labour representatives to pull a rope bringing down the west end...
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6
Feb

BLOG: SMART AIRPORTS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF DATA

Ever get that niggling feeling when you’ve been on holiday, or on a flight, and thought you left something behind, and its not your swimming shorts or favourite shirt? Well, your pre-flight meanderings, from the check-in desk through passport control, duty free, the lounge and all the way to the boarding gate have left behind...
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