YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE     
4 July 2016
Airports consider the cause and effect equation
As the negotiations for a global market-based measure for airline emissions intensify, with all to play for at ICAO in September, we take stock of where airports are in relation to climate change. Seven years on from the launch of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, initially in Europe, we look at how far things have come and consider what is in store for the future
Source:                                                     Airport Business
Link:                                                        http://www.airport-business.com/
What makes Copenhagen Europe's most efficient airport?
Copenhagen Airport has been named Europe's most efficient by international researchers and aviation experts at the Air Transport Research Society.
Source:                                                       Flight Chic
Link:                                                          https://flightchic.com/
Aeroportos de Lisboa, Porto e Madeira renovados por €42,6 milhões
Depois do Funchal e Lisboa é a vez, na próxima segunda-feira, dia 4, de ser inaugurada a renovação da área comercial do aeroporto do Porto. Uma obra que custou €1,6 milhões, aumentou em 1500 metros quadrados a zona de retalho e criou 125 postos de trabalho.
Source:                                                        Expresso
Link:                                                           http://expresso.sapo.pt/
Gatwick Airport opens next-generation security area in North Terminal
Gatwick Airport has opened a new state-of-the-art security area that will halve passenger times whilst maintaining strict screening measures. Gatwick's new security area forms part of the North Terminal transformation programme, and follows the implementation of the technology in the South Terminal.
Source:                                                         International Airport Review
Link:                                                            http://www.internationalairportreview.com/
Norwegian confident of Cork flights despite UK setback
Low-fares airline, Norwegian, says it remains confident of launching transatlantic flights from Cork, despite the denial of a licence for its British subsidiary to operate US flights.
Source:                                                      Irish Examiner
Link:                                                         http://www.irishexaminer.com/
Domodedovo Airport owner released from house arrest
The Moscow City Court on Friday ordered release of the Domodedovo airport owner Dmitriy Kamenshchik charged in the case over 2011 terrorist attack from the house arrest, RAPSI reported from the courtroom.
Source:                                                        RAPSI
Link:                                                           http://www.rapsinews.com/
Air4Casts analysis: Could it be back to duty free for the UK following 'Brexit'?
Based on 2015 full year actuals, Air4Casts* has examined the airports with the most to gain in terms of passenger flows to and from the EU and the UK.
Source:                                                       The Moodie Davitt Report
Link:                                                          http://www.moodiedavittreport.com/
Oslo Airport's new arrivals duty free shop to open in September
Norwegian airport operator, Avinor, has provided us with a sneak preview of the new arrivals duty free shop that will open at Oslo Airport in September.
Source:                                                         Airport World
Link:                                                            http://www.airport-world.com/