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Nashville Concourse D awarded LEED silver certification

This project is one out of five in the United States to be given the accreditation

Copenhagen Airport records worst year since 1970

The airport hopes the introduction of the Covid-19 vaccine will aid recovery

Brussels Airport partners with SpiceJet to deliver vaccine

Transportation will take place from India to international destinations

Verizon, UPS, and Skyward announce connected drone delivery

Skyward, A Verizon company, and UPS Flight Forward announced at CES 2021 collaborative efforts to deliver retail products with drones connected to Verizon 4G LTE, as well as 5G testing and integration for delivery.

New MD appointed at Gloucestershire Airport

Prior to her new role, Karen Taylor was a driving force for establishing funding for airport improvements

Lidar crowd analytics set to make airports safer

The Indoor Lab and Cepton have partnered up to create anonymised crowd perception technology

Loganair announces Isle of Man summer schedule

New routes to Manchester and Birmingham are set to begin in April, as well as seasonal flights to Jersey

Avinor hit with major passenger losses in 2020

The company lost six out of every 10 passengers last year, with Oslo facing the harshest impact

Orlando named busiest US departure airport over Christmas

Almost 900,000 passengers flew from MCO, exceeding previous expectations

COVID testing campaign inaugurated at Frankfurt

Staff from three major cargo handling companies have been tested to increase safety

ENAV AWARDED CONTRACT IN COLOMBIA

ENAV, through its subsidiary IDS AirNav – global provider of aeronautical information management systems – has been awarded a contract worth 1.95 million euro in Colombia to provide the Colombian air navigation service provider (UAEAC

First military Remote Digital Tower in the United States completes Systems Operation and Verification Test

The Frequentis Remote Digital Tower (RDT) system for the DoD has been installed, configured for use, and is currently under assessment. RDT provides military air traffic controllers with an enhanced, digital “out-the-window” view incorporating a

Rome airports become first to pass Health Measures Audit Programme

Both Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino receive congratulations from ACI

Hamburg Airport faces toughest year in its history

Numbers are down, but introduction of Covid-19 vaccine gives hope that passenger numbers will begin to recover

Air traffic back down to 1980s levels

The volume of air traffic in Germany has more than halved as a result of the coronavirus crisis. DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH recorded a total of 1.46 million take-offs, landings and overflights under instrument flight

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