YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE     
4 April 2016

First flight a "symbol for a new start" as Brussels Airport reopens
Brussels Airport reopened yesterday (3 April), 12 days after a terrorist attack killed 16 people there. A low-key reopening ceremony was held in the presence of Minister of Mobility Jacqueline Galant and Minister of Defence Steven Vandeput. The first passenger flight, to Faro in Portugal, was given a salute of honour by emergency services. 
Source:                        The Moodie Davitt Report
Link:                           http://www.moodiereport.com/
Zurich Airport s'intéresse à l'aéroport de Nice
Après Singapore Changi Airport, l'aéroport de Nice intéresse une autre plate-forme présente dans le Top 10 de SkyTrax 2016 : l'aéroport de Zurich. Son gestionnaire Flughafen Zürich voudrait entrer dans le capital de la piste niçoise.
Source:                        Déplacements Pros
Link:                           http://www.deplacementspros.com/
Privatisation des aéroports de Nice et Lyon : jackpot en vue pour l'Etat
La vente des 60% de parts que détient l'Etat dans chacun des deux aéroports a attiré, selon nos informations, une dizaine de candidats sérieux. Cette intensité concurrentielle, alors que les affaires dans les infrastructures sont rares, risque de faire s'envoler les prix comme cela s'est produit récemment lors de la vente de London City Airport. 
Source:                        La Tribune
Link:                           http://www.latribune.fr/
VINCI Airports finalises the acquisition of the two Kansai airports in Japan
VINCI Airports will take over operation of the two Kansai's region airports in Japan for a period of 44 years. This new acquisition is a major milestone in Vinci Airports' international expansion. Operating on three continents and managing more than 100 million passengers per year, VINCI Airports is now one of the world's five leading airport operators.
Source:                        Construction and Maintenance News
Link:                           http://home.nestor.minsk.by/
ACI performs first Airport Excellence in Security pilot review at Mauritius Airport
Airports Council International (ACI) has launched its first Airport Excellence (APEX) in Security pilot security review at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius. ACI is pleased to be working with Mauritius Airport on the project, which will enable the fine tuning of the programme for future security reviews at airports around the world.
Source:                        Air Transport News
Link:                           http://www.atn.aero/
Flughafen München to build new international airport for Honduras
An agreement has been signed between the Honduran government and Flughafen München, operator of Munich Airport, for the construction of Palmerola International Airport in the city of Comayagua.
Source:                       Passenger Terminal Today
Link:                          http://www.passengerterminaltoday.com/