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Air Namibia has entered a code-share partnership with Turkish Airlines to expand its commercial partnership with the latter and enhance the travel options between Turkey and Namibia.

From 1 March 2017, the two airlines will share their codes on unilateral flights operating in the routes WindhoekJohannesburg / WindhoekFrankfurt and IstanbulJohannesburg / IstanbulFrankfurt.

The agreement also includes extension of the partnership, once Air Namibia launches WindhoekIstanbul flights in future.

Canada’s Halifax Stanfield International airport has appointed security company, G4S, to provide security services at the airport for a contract period of five years.

The contractual scope includes the provision of security for the airport authority’s operations centre, appointing uniformed security personnel at multiple locations in the airport, parking and curbside services, daily patrol, fixed-post and other related duties.

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"Canada’s Halifax Stanfield International airport has appointed security company, G4S, to provide security services at the airport for a contract period of five years."

The contractor will provide training and management services for the security personnel as well as supervision services, as part of the contract.

An engineering group led by COWI has secured a contract to design a new building to expand the non-Schengen area of Oslo Airport in Norway.

The group comprises engineering consultant companies, Aas-Jakobsen and Ing. Per Rasmussen, which are appointed as sub-contractors for the project.

Under the contract, the non-Schengen area at the airport will be expanded with a new building at the outer end of the eastern pier, which will also be expanded by 100m.

The aircraft gates will also be redeveloped for larger aircraft, with one stand having the capacity to handle an Airbus A380 passenger aircraft.


Image: Air Namibia and Turkish Airlines have signed a code-share agreement. Photo: courtesy of Air Namibia.