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23 April 2017
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Press Releases

Jewers Doors to Exhibit at Aviation Week MRO Americas
Jewers Doors has been attending the MRO Americas event annually for the last few years, and looks forward to attending the show again this year, where they will be showcasing their latest hangar doors and solutions for the aviation sector.

Rockwell Collins' Self-Service Bag Drop Now Features Facial Recognition
Rockwell Collins has upgraded its biometric identity services with the integration of facial recognition technology into its self-service bag drop solution.

Vanderlande Reveals a Record Revenue, Order Book and Profit
Vanderlande has announced a total revenue of €1.1bn for CY2016, which represents an increase of 15% compared with the previous year's 12-month figure and a record in the company's history. In addition, the final order book reached an all-time high level of €1.7bn - an 11% increase on CY2015 - for the same period, which will help to support Vanderlande's strategy of sustainable profitable growth.

OMK Secures Contract with Bahrain International Airport
Terminal seating specialists OMK have been commissioned to renew the seating at Bahrain International Airport.

Jeppesen to Provide AirAsia Group with Electronic Flight Bag and Digital Navigation Services
Jeppesen recently signed a multiple-year agreement with AirAsia, one of Asia's largest low-cost carriers, to provide digital charting and electronic flight bag (EFB) services for all AirAsia Group affiliates.

White Papers

Road Cleaner and Dryer for Road Markings
The Zirocco road cleaner and dryer brings turbine technology and state-of-the-art mobile electronic controls into surface treatment in the road marking...

Esavian Aircraft Hangar Doors Brochure
Jewers Doors designs, manufactures and installs its Esavian range of doors for hangars of any size, anywhere in the...

Implementation Of Land-And-Hold-Short Operations At Memphis International Airport
A graduate-level study completed by a student at Embry-Riddle University. The paper examines the implications of implementing land and hold short operations at Memphis International Airport. ...

The Ultimate Solution for Loading and Unloading Baggage
The flexibility of the Vaculex products means that we can overcome many of the physical constraints that occur in the airport baggage halls....

Air Traffic Management and Control Solutions
Saipher ATC is a Brazilian technology company specialised in the supply of air traffic management and control...

Features

Giving a voice to the UK’s regional airports
The UK’s regional airports are fundamental to the economy; aviation is about more than just London and Heathrow. That was the message that came loud and clear from industry reps in Birmingham.

March's top stories: Deal signed to merge SAXFRA, SEAFRA airspaces, Approval for $5.5bn LAMP at LAX
Five ANSPs sign agreement to merge SAXFRA and SEAFRA airspaces, and Los Angeles CPC recommends approval for $5.5bn LAMP project at LAX. Airport-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from March, 2017.

Airport Industry Review: Issue 22
In this issue: A new ATC for Europe, lie detection robotic kiosks, a first look at the Navya autonomous shuttle, JFK Airport’s upgrade, addressing mental health issues among pilots, Southend’s new routes, and more.

Florida airport security: are more guns the answer?
The deadly mass shooting incident at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in January has emboldened calls by pro-gun Florida politicians to allow concealed-carry weapons for citizens in unsecured parts of the state’s airports for self-defence. With Senate Bill 618 under consideration, could more guns really make Florida’s airports safer?

Breathing new life into abandoned airports
Once the flurry of planes and passengers dies down, airports sometimes slip into disrepair, serving as chilling reminders of financial ruin. However, with a bit of imagination and investment, the bleak remains can be turned into social or conservation spaces right at the heart of the community.

Projects

Bandaranaike International Airport
Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), also known as Katunayake International Airport or Colombo International Airport, is located in the town of Katunayake to the north of Colombo.

Igor Sikorsky Kyiv International Airport
Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Airport (formerly Zhuliany airport), is an international airport located 7km away from Ukraine's capital city, Kiev.

Orlando International Airport Expansion
The second busiest airport in Florida and the 14th busiest airport in the US, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is planned to undergo a series of improvement projects to accommodate the growing passenger traffic.

Terminal Modernisation Project, Kona International Airport, Hawaii
The terminal modernisation project at Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, the primary airport of the Island of Hawaii, US, was initiated in March 2017.

Terminal B, Luxembourg International Airport
Luxembourg Airport, the primary and the only international airport in the country, is situated approximately 6km to the east of the country's capital city, Luxembourg.

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