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Srivari Aishwarya

Fraport Greece to take control of 14 regional airports in Greece

Fraport Greece has signed a concession agreement to take control of 14 regional airports in Greece, as part of the country’s privatisation programme.

February’s top stories: Laser attacks on aircraft still ‘dangerously high’, HKIA’s three-runway system project

BALPA says laser attacks on aircraft still ‘dangerously high’, and Aconex to design and develop the HK$141.5bn ($18.23bn) three-runway system (3RS) project at HKIA. wraps up the key headlines from February 2017.

UK’s Birmingham Airport named world’s most punctual airport for 2016

Birmingham Airport in the UK has been named the world’s most punctual airport for 2016 by air travel intelligence company OAG.

Rockwell acquires self-service bag drop solutions firm Pulse.Aero

Rockwell Collins has expanded its airport passenger processing services with the acquisition of Pulse.Aero, a UK-based provider of self-service bag drop solutions and airline applications.

IATA calls on governments to ensure continuous flight services in Europe

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has condemned air traffic controller strikes, which have so far caused one million minutes of delays across Europe in 2016.

United Airlines to launch new service to Havana, Cuba

United Airlines is set to launch a new service to Havana, Cuba, after receiving final approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT).

Edinburgh Airport to launch new FastTrack service for quick departures

Edinburgh Airport in the UK is reportedly planning to launch a new service that will allow passengers to skip passport checks at the airport.

Salt Lake City International Airport gets Data Comm technology for digital communication

New technology has been introduced at Salt Lake City International Airport to improve communications between air traffic controllers and pilots, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has revealed.

WWF calls on airlines to commit to protect environment

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is urging airlines to commit to quality carbon credits and sustainable biofuels to avoid damaging side effects from emissions.

US DHS and TSA develop new plan to reduce wait times at airport security checkpoints

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) have developed a ten-point plan to reduce wait times at airport security checkpoints.