New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
The planned Addis Ababa airport has capacity for more than 100 million passengers each year.
DWC capacity to hit around 120 million in 2025, but confusion over new Dubai South name replacing ‘Dubai World Central’.
1,100 exhibitors booked and 65,000 visitors expected
The train service, which costs £6 each way and runs every 30 minutes, whisks passengers to the “heart of the city” in just under one hour.
Data will now be analyzed and form the basis of a safety case report to be presented to the FAA for approval to move to phase two—active traffic control.
Skypark Airport received a new runway and lighting system in a $ 1.3 million project completed without FAA funding.
A new airport development for the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa could take until around 2024 to build.
Officials have decided to bring the tony community gateway to full Group III Airport status by moving its 8,000 foot runway.
When completed in 2018, the new airport will be the first replacment airport built in the U.S. since 2011.
Falcon 7X, Gulfstream IV and Challenger 850 now allowed. Tougher noise limits exclude older types.