US-based commercial construction company Flintco has been awarded a contract for the redesigning and development of concourse B in Memphis International Airport (MEM).
The $122.58m modernisation contract was awarded by the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority (MSCAA).
Flintco will work on the renovation of stem and south-east leg at Concourse B under the agreement.
Construction work will start in September 2018 and is expected to be completed by 2021.
Delta Air Lines intends to set up a new hub in north-east Asia in collaboration with Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC).
Information related to the Terminal 2 design at the Incheon International Airport (ICN) will be shared between both the parties.
The partnership will work towards the development of advanced technologies to enhance customer experience and promote the new ICN hub.
Macau International Airport (MIA) has signed an agreement with UK-based engineering and development consultant Mott MacDonald for providing airfield and apron design consultancy services at the airport.
Mott MacDonald will optimise the design of the apron beside the south terminal of MIA under the agreement.
The contract also includes the provision of electrical and mechanical engineering, airport systems, technical and apron planning advisory services.
APN Outdoor, an outdoor advertising company based in Australia, has a signed a five and a half year agreement with Sydney Airport.
The latest contract is an extension to an existing contract between APN Outdoor and Sydney Airport.
The contract includes external billboards and advertising assets in domestic and international terminals of the airport.
APN Outdoor currently handles the advertising assets in the T1 international terminal and the T2 domestic terminal. The extended contract adds the T3 domestic terminal to the company’s current assets.
Swiss International Air Lines has reached an agreement with the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to offer PreCheck expedited screening programme services to its customers.
The agreement brings the total number of passenger airlines utilising the TSA PreCheck to 54.
The latest security programme enables passengers to undergo security checks without removing their shoes, laptops, belts and light jackets.