29 March 2016

Brussels attacks: 'Months' until airport fully reopens
It will take months to reopen Brussels airport fully, its CEO has warned, as staff return to the site a week after it was targeted by Islamist bombers.
Source:                        BBC News
Brussels Airport: "il faudra sans doute attendre des mois"
"Notre priorité n°1 est un environnement sécurisé à la fois pour le personnel et les passagers", Arnaud Feist, CEO de Brussels Airport, qui évoque la reprise possible d'activités mercredi, avec 20% de capacité, comme étant "le scénario idéal". Car avant ce redémarrage, il faudra l'accord de la police, de l'armée, de la Direction générale du transport aérien (DGTA), bref de toutes les autorités concernées.
Source:                        L'Echo
England's Birmingham Airport route network begins to reflect its ambitions
The UK's Birmingham Airport enjoyed one of its best ever years in 2015. Britain's seventh biggest airport serves its second largest city, and recent route gains lend weight to its drive to grow accordingly.
Source:                        CAPA - Centre for Aviation
Icelandair se pose à Orly
La compagnie aérienne Icelandair a inauguré hier une nouvelle liaison entre Reykjavik et Paris-Orly, venant s'ajouter à celle déjà en place vers l'aéroport Charles de Gaulle.
Source:                        Air Journal
Belgrade Airport launched tender, considering overhaul of Terminal 1
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has launched tender procedures for interested parties to submit proposals for the development of its Terminal 1 (T1) building, built in 1962 and used primarily by low cost and charter carriers. 
Source:              Business News
Setting new boundaries
With its annual traffic figures soaring from 3.8 million passengers in 1998 to over 30 million today, clearly Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) is one of Europe's fastest growing gateways and a significant revenue generator.
Source:                       Airport World
Gebr Heinemann and Hamburg Airport extend travel retail partnership until 2027
Hamburg Airport and Gebr Heinemann have extended their successful travel retail partnership until 2027. The contract extension, struck early, builds on a strong relationship forged over more than 22 years between the airport operator and the German travel retailer, which operates the Heinemann Duty Free & Travel Value shops and three other concept shops. 
Source:                       The Moodie Report