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21 March 2016

Dublin Airport could get new runway - DAA looking at bond funding
The DAA, which also controls Cork Airport, is currently examining plans for a second parallel runway at the capital as passenger numbers soar. Last year, Dublin Airport handled over 25 million passengers, a record for the facility and 15pc more than in 2014, making it one of the fastest-growing airports in Europe.
Source:                    Irish Independent
Link:                       http://www.independent.ie/
ICAO driving move for adoption of global climate agreement for air transport
ICAO launched a series of regional outreach and education sessions as negotiations continue towards the adoption of a global climate agreement for air transport.
Source:                    Airport World
Link:                       http://www.airport-world.com/
ANA quer decisão sobre aeroporto em Lisboa este ano
O presidente do Conselho de Administração da Ana - Aeroportos de Portugal afirmou na sexta-feira que "é importante tomar decisões políticas" sobre a solução para o aeroporto ainda este ano, considerando a melhor solução o aeroporto complementar no Montijo.
Source:                    TVI24
Link:                       http://www.tvi24.iol.pt/
Schiphol Airport launches closed pharma chain programme
Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport has launched a closed pharma chain programme that will offer manufacturers new levels of transparency.
Source:                    International Airport Review
Link:                       http://www.internationalairportreview.com/
Aena duty free +35% to €251m/other shops: €82.3m
Aena's international airport network generated duty free revenue growth of +34.9% to €251m in 2015, with other shops up +17.8% to €82.3m and f&b rising +17% to €132.1m.
Source:                    Travel Retail Business
Link:                       http://www.trbusiness.com/
Airbus plans $40 million training center in India
Airbus has committed to build a $40 million aircrew and MRO training facility at Delhi, India to start operations in 2018. The center will be fully owned by Airbus Group India and will feature four A320 full-flight simulators. 
Source:                   Air Transport World
Link:                      http://atwonline.com/