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26 July 2016
Solar Impulse completes historic round-the-world trip
The first round-the-world solar powered flight has been completed, after the Solar Impulse aircraft touched down in Abu Dhabi.
Bertrand Piccard piloted the plane for a final time, steering it safely from the Egyptian capital Cairo to the UAE.
Borsa Italiana welcomes ENAV to MTA
The Italian Stock Market today welcomed the Italian air navigation service provider ENAV to the Main Market (MTA).
ENAV raised €759 million at the time of initial public offering IPO, with a free-float of 42.5 per cent, giving the company a market capitalisation of around €1.79 billion.
Air Traffic Management
New generation Airbus A350XWB set for Finnair's Heathrow-Helsinki route
Finnair is to deploy its flagship Airbus A350XWB between Heathrow and Helsinki this winter.
The 267-seat new generation long haul aircraft will replace a smaller A320 on certain services on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from October 5.
Travel Weekly UK
Runway renovation works commence at Brussels Airport
Major runway renovation works are due to begin on runway 01/19 at
and will be carried out in four phases with completion expected in September 2016.
International Airport Review
International passengers eligible to use self-service border control gates at Lisbon Airport
Vision-Box, a provider of electronic identity and security systems, has expanded the number of countries eligible to use its RAPID4ALL self-service border clearance solution, which is currently in operation at Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport in Portugal.
Passenger Terminal Today
Gatwick: passenger forecasting, in real-time
For airports across the globe, passenger numbers are on the rise. The strain this places on infrastructure and of course staff is a growing concern. How do you cope with more people when, in some cases, physical expansion is not on the cards?
The biggest seaplane in the world unveiled in China
he biggest seaplane in the world, the AG600,
is over 120 foot-long and nearly 130 feet wide. It's designed to fight forest fires and carry out rescues at sea.