YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
12 July 2016
Member states to impose 'no-fly zones' for drones
Within weeks, the European Commission is expected to conclude the first EU rules for all types of unmanned aircraft, in which the 'geofencing' of airports and city centres will come as a top priority.
Edinburgh enjoying record growth as it turns a century
Edinburgh Airport is marking its 100th anniversary this year with a major investment in enhancing the passenger experience, record traffic growth, and enhanced connectivity.
More and bigger planes, predicts Airbus
European aircraft-maker Airbus predicted that the global market would grow at an average 4.5% a year to 33,000 new planes by 2035.
Air Cargo News
Live trial improves Paris - Munich city pair
The French and German air navigation service providers and their military counterparts conducted a successful joint live trial to improve the city-pair routes from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Munich Airport.
Air Traffic Management
Cork Airport unveils the world's first ICAO qualified wildlife operators
Take a look at the first ICAO qualified wildlife operators in world, the entire team being based at Cork Airport in Ireland.
L'aéroport de Bastia ouvre ses nouveaux espaces
a inauguré les nouveaux espaces d'accueil du public et des salles d'embarquement et d'arrivée, les passagers bénéficiant entre autres de 600 m² supplémentaires avant de s'envoler de Corse.