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Belfast City Airport begins search for new CEO

Brian Ambrose is set to step down from the role after 16 years of service at the facility

Leeds Bradford submits proposals for new energy hub

The airport hopes to be the first in the UK to produce its own hydrogen to power its vehicle fleet

London Southend recognised for commitment to carbon neutrality

The airport has been awarded the Airport Carbon Accreditation for its environmental efforts

Changi Airport Group begins security upgrade project

The three-year plan is set to enhance the airport’s protection system

BER has successful start despite pandemic

Only 700,000 passengers have been handled at the airport since its opening last October

SESAR JU kicks off urban air mobility research project GOF 2.0

The SESAR JU project "GOF 2.0 Integrated Urban Airspace Validation", with a consortium of 13 members, will focus on the safe, secure, and sustainable integration of unmanned aerial vehicle and air taxi operations in urban airspace and kicked-off at the end of January.

Cologne Bonn to play host to NASA’s SOFIA as it begins science observations

Conducted over a six week period, researchers hope to find the answers to fundamental questions in astronomy

Edinburgh Airport sees lowest passenger numbers since 1995

Research shows that the pandemic cost the Scottish economy around £1bn

Dnata adopts IATA’s Dangerous Goods AutoCheck

The air services provider hopes that the new solution will help improve safety and efficiency

AOA recovery plan highlights need for government support

The report calls for financial aid for the industry, as well as new strategies to remove travel bans and quarantine measures

IATA labels 2020 as the worst year in history for air travel demand

The organisation says that if more travel restrictions are introduced, then travel demand may struggle to improve

Emirates self-service check-in kiosks go contactless

Passengers now have the option of using their phones from check-in to boarding without the need for contact

Menzies grows cargo team with five new appointments

The new hires are set to expand and support the cargo division with operations

New route added to Loganair’s summer schedule at Newcastle

Direct services between Newcastle and Jersey will commence in May, initially operating twice weekly

Joint cargo services venture inaugurated at Milan Malpensa

Both companies will provide cargo services, enabling the optimisation of operations at the airport

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