YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
20 April 2016
The rise of bioports: a new trend for biofuels in aviation
Oslo Airport has become the world's first airport to offer jet biofuel to all airlines through its normal supply mechanism. The move breaks down one of the most difficult barriers in the emerging market of biofuels for aviation, which is seen as a promising solution to cutting emissions. But could this and similar initiatives be enough to open up the door to a more widespread use of bio jet fuels?
Privatisations : Groupe ADP candidat à Nice
(Aéroports de Paris) a finalement déposé sa candidature à la
du gestionnaire de l'aéroport de
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ne l'intéressant toujours pas.
Istanbul New Airport to be world's largest
Construction of Istanbul's third airport, called Istanbul
, is moving forward and should be completed by February 2018. By 2035, the New Airport should serve 260 million passengers annually, making it the world's largest airport, Turkish Airlines president and CEO Temel Kotil told
Air Transport World
"New long-haul routes an important growth factor" for Vienna
Vienna Airport is building on a record year in 2015, with its proactive route development strategy stimulating key new long-haul routes, and a continued focus on development of the Airport City.
Paris-Orly celebrates inauguration of its 12,000sq m International Pier
Paris-Orly Airport's South Terminal has received a significant upgrade with the inauguration of a 12,000sq m International Pier, which features new retail units.
The Moodie Davitt Report
Airbus opens Training Academy in Singapore after heavy demand for pilots amid Asia's travel boom
Airbus has set up a training centre for pilots in Singapore in partnership with Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SIA) amid growing demand for pilots in Asia. The Airbus Asia Training Centre (AATC) opened Monday and will offer training courses for as many as 10,000 pilots, according to the European plane maker.
International Business Times
SATA faz parceria com Airbus para reduzir custos e aumentar segurança no aeroporto da Horta
"Essa parceria com a Airbus terá, efectivamente, um impacto muito relevante para a SATA e para os seus passageiros", afirmou o administrador para a área operacional da transportadora, João Bettencourt Soares.