YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
23 June 2016
Air Serbia launches historic Belgrade-New York service
Air Serbia begins Belgrade-New York JFK service Thursday, providing the first direct flights between Serbia and the US in 24 years.
Air Transport World
Augustin de Romanet is re-elected ACI President
Augustin de Romanet has been re-elected as ACI President for a second term of office at this week's 26th ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly and Congress.
Travel Retail Business
Brussels Airport meilleur aéroport européen dans sa catégorie, son CEO distingué
Brussels Airport a décroché le prix du "meilleur aéroport européen" en 2015 dans la catégorie 10 à 25 millions de passagers lors du congrès d'ACI EUROPE, l'association qui défend les intérêts de l'industrie aéroportuaire européenne, à Athènes (Grèce), annonce-t-il mercredi.
Glasgow Airport crowned best in class at Europe's Best Airport Awards
The airport was chosen as winner in the 5-10m passenger category for its work on improving the passenger experience and securing a host of new routes and services, in a shortlist which included airports in Naples and Lyon
Dublin strengthening position as a connecting hub
The Irish economy is performing well, with a growth rate of 5% expected this year. Consumer sentiment is good, confidence in spending has returned, and Ireland has its lowest unemployment rate in seven years.
'Humanising the airport environment': Schiphol soars with completion of ambitious Lounge 2 project
Schiphol Group has completed work on one of the most progressive, diverse and surprising commercial environments at a European airport, following a €50 million investment in Lounge 2 at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
The Moodie Davitt Report
Frankfurt Airport to add yoga rooms in $113 million makeover
Frankfurt airport is investing 100 million euros ($113 million) in a series of upgrades that includes yoga rooms, playgrounds and a forest-like recreation area to make passengers more comfortable and hence more willing to spend money at the shops.