New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Business and general aviation traffic grew 19.4 percent in December at Milano Prime's two airports it manages, bringing in 24,500 movements in 2019.
The threat of sick passengers has led to heightened screening measures of flights from Wuhan, China.
Farnborough Airport achieved a third successive year of traffic growth, while also achieving its goal of being carbon neutral.
Local investors are turning to Chinese firms to develop three new gateway airports to major Cambodian population centers.
Trade body ACI Europe calls for more scrutiny of slot leasing and wants revenues from secondary slot trading.
Universal Aviation is now providing ground support for business aircraft at Ataturk Airport (LTBA) in Istanbul, Turkey.
Three airlines have already suspended flights into Iraq after U.S. forces killed Iranian general Qassem Suleimani at Baghdad Airport.
The FAA is looking to implement a new offset RNAV approach to Teterboro Airport's Runway 19, to ease noise impact.
This is the second time since 2013 that a typhoon has damaged airports in the Philippines.
Nine aviation associations expressed opposition to a proposal they said would “dismantle our national system of airports.”