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  • Drone panic: a wake-up call for airports

    In this issue: drone panic forces airports to reconsider defense strategies, a new app aims to help pilots acquire radio communication skills, debating bringing emotional animals on board, and more.

  • How does in-flight Wi-Fi work?

    As airlines invest to offer customers the best and fastest Wi-Fi services on board, here is a look at how Wi-Fi is provided and how widespread quality in-flight connectivity could...

  • March’s top news stories

    London’s Heathrow Airport has unveiled a list of 18 sites that qualify to host factories and yards to build components for its third runway project; Athens International Airport in Greece...

  • February’s top news stories

    Airport operator Malaysia Airports (MAHB) has set aside MYR300m ($73.72m) to upgrade baggage handling system (BHS) at the main terminal of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA); and India’s Directorate General...

  • Forced deportations: the role of commercial airlines

    Forced deportations are a gruelling reality, and commercial airlines and their staff have regularly found themselves embroiled in violent arrests on board planes. Recently, the International Transport Workers’ Federation put...

  • January’s top news stories

    Manchester Airport Group (MAG) subsidiary MAG USA opened an Escape Lounge in Terminal 2 at Ontario International Airport (ONT) in the US. MAG USA agreed to open two new lounges in...

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