YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
21 April 2016
Private investment in Europe's airports still rising
Over the past 6 years, the airport ownership landscape in Europe has evolved quite significantly. In order to take stock of these changes, ACI EUROPE has produced an all-new 2016 edition of The Ownership of Europe's Airports report, following the very first edition in 2010. So, who owns Europe's airports now?
SFO and Winnipeg gain Airport Carbon Accreditation certification
Aviation's voluntary carbon accreditation mitigation programme continues to grow in popularity in North America with San Francisco and Winnipeg the latest airports to be certified under the initiative.
Your air traffic controller could be a hundred miles away
The world's airlines have ambitious plans to double the fleet of commercial jets during the next two decades as the number of air travelers approaches 7 billion. The trouble: There won't be enough controllers to help those 44,000 planes take off and land safely.
Moscow Sheremetyevo, Volga-Dnepr to develop cargo hub
Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport
(SVO) have joined efforts to facilitate the development of the cargo industry in Russia.
SVO is attracting investment into its cargo terminal infrastructure.
Air Transport World
Poland upgrades ATC training systems
Micro Nav Limited has completed the upgrade of the ATC Simulator, incorporating its BEST ATC and 3D Image Generator software packages, for the Warsaw based Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA).
Airport Focus International