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Press Releases

ACUNIS Provides Turnkey Solutions for Tomorrow's Air Cargo Intralogistics
ACUNIS, the joint venture of Unitechnik and AMOVA, is showcasing solutions for air cargo intralogistics at inter airport europe in Munich. In hall A5 at stand 1158, one of the projects the company will feature is the air cargo terminal built for Ethiopian Airlines. The facility at the airport in Addis Ababa began its operations in June 2017.

BEUMER Group Attend Signing Ceremony for BHS in Satellite Terminal, Shanghai Pudong International Airport
BEUMER Group, a leading global supplier of automated baggage handling systems, has attended a ceremony to mark the signing of a contract with Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The contract is for the Baggage Handling System (BHS) in the new Satellite Terminal which is scheduled for completion in 2019. The Satellite Terminal is the first to be built in China and the largest detached terminal in the world, with 83 departure gates and covering a total of 620,000m².

DAMM Wins Public Safety Project at Erbil International Airport in Iraq
Securing passengers safety at all times with a reliable voice and data communication system is critical to Erbil International Airport (EIA). The communication solution from DAMM was chosen as the BS421 outdoor base station is easy to integrate, install and commission. The unique IP65 encapsulated compact and rugged BS421 provides a fully redundant communication system, serving both the EIA and airline customers.

kvm-tec Introduces New Solution Blog for KVM Extenders
This year we will finish our new kvm-tec homebase but that's not all - we will also have some new features and products ready for the KVM market.

ATECH and SkySoft-ATM Partner for a New Contract
SkySoft-ATM has been cooperating with ATECH (Grupo Embraer) for a new recording project. With this new contract, they will benefit from the latest version of SkyRec software, the leading solution to record Controller Working Positions' monitors.

White Papers

Welcome to a World of Professional Radio Communications
DAMM TetraFlex® Systems have been specifically designed to adapt or grow with you, without incurring major additional infrastructure costs. This increases functional efficiency, while...

Integrated Air Traffic Management Solutions and Services
NAVCANatm is a leading line of integrated air traffic management products, applications and services operationally deployed at over 80 sites worldwide for safe, efficient and cost-effective...

Importance of High-Valuable Security Glass for Scan Windows
Using the PENTA Scanner®, a multifunctional full-page scanner platform with countless expansion capabilities, with its PERLUCOR® scan window as a standard feature, you are equipped with one of...

Tailor-Made Measurement Systems for Pavement Surfaces
ViaTech provides tailor-made solutions for measuring different characteristics of pavement surfaces.Its products include ViaIRI+ (texture measuring system), ViaPPS (pavement profiling...

RFID Solutions for Baggage Handling and Tracking
Lyngsoe Systems is one of the world's leading software developers and solution integrators for a wide range of complex logistics chain environments within the library, postal, supply chain...

Features

July's top stories: LAP and Peru sign agreement, New York seeks JFK’s redevelopment proposals
LAP and Peru sign agreement for $1.5bn expansion at Lima Airport, and New York seeks proposals for JFK’s $10bn redevelopment plan. Airport-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from July 2017.

Airport Industry Review: Issue 24
In this issue: Plans to privatise Canada’s airports, a project to build a second airport for Sydney, the concept of a circular runway, the race to find cheaper and cleaner sources of airplane fuel, new baggage handling technology, and more.

Sustainable success: Oslo Airport opens ‘world’s greenest’ terminal
Oslo Airport has become the first to receive an ‘Excellent’ rating under the internationally recognised BREEAM sustainability assessment due to an array of eco-friendly features – such as harvesting snow for summer cooling – as part of its new NOK 14 billion expansion project to double passenger capacity.

The UK’s crowded skies: change afoot?
An interesting few days for the UK’s aviation sector it has been indeed. Last week, NATS announced that the 21st July was to be the busiest day in UK aviation history. At the same time, the government has launched a consultation paper to shape the future of the sector to 2050 and beyond.

Building Sydney’s second airport
The Australian Government has announced it will build a second international airport in Sydney, after the operator of the city's existing airport rejected the opportunity. The hub, which could cost up to A$5bn to construct, will become the first major airport developed in Australia for more than 50 years.

Projects

Mattala Rajapaksa (formerly Hambantota) International Airport
Hambantota International Airport (HIA), also known as Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA), is the second international airport in Sri Lanka.

Dubrovnik International Airport Reconstruction and Development
Dubrovnik International Airport (DBV), the main gateway to the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, was Croatia's third busiest airport based on passenger traffic in 2014.

Allama Iqbal International Airport Expansion, Lahore
Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has earmarked on an expansion and modernisation project at Pakistan's second biggest airport, Allama Iqbal International Airport (AIIAP), to meet the growing passenger needs over the next 20 years.

Aberdeen International Airport Terminal Transformation
Aberdeen International Airport in the UK unveiled plans in February 2016 to transform its three-decade old terminal into a completely new facility with upgraded passenger facilities and enhanced services.

Pokhara Regional International Airport (PRIA)
The Pokhara Regional International Airport under construction in Kaski District, Nepal, will replace the existing Pokhara Airport, which was commissioned in July 1958.

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