7 July 2016
Brexit uncertainty could hit air traffic demand: ACI EUROPE
Political turmoil caused by Britain's vote to leave the European Union could knock demand for air transport later this year, the director general of airport association ACI EUROPE said.
Source:                                                       Reuters
ACI EUROPE pax +3.6% as EU traffic leads the rest
ACI EUROPE reports that European airport passenger traffic in May saw an average rise of +3.6%, although it emphasises that this increase was 'entirely attributable to the EU market', where traffic rose by +5.5% compared to a drop of -2.5% in the non-EU sector. 
Source:                                                       Travel Retail Business
ACI's Airport Excellence security review aims to help put Africa's airports on global route map
A new - and free - security review for airports provided by the Airports Council International looks set to help drive best practice across long-suffering destinations in Africa.
Source:                                                       Routesonline
Kraków eyes long haul opportunities
With its gripping historical, mythical and yet artistic nature, Kraków - Poland's second largest city - attracts more and more attention each year. So it comes as no surprise that Kraków Airport has been experiencing significant traffic growth this year.
Source:                                                       Airport Business
Russia resumes flights to Turkey
Russia will resume charter flights to Turkey July 7 after a six-month break. The cessation of the flights and advice from the Russian government to its citizens not to holiday in Turkey caused considerable losses to the Turkish tourist industry.
Source:                                                       Air Transport World
InterVISTAS aims high in shaping Istanbul New Airport's retail offer
The airside shopping precinct at Istanbul New Airport will be of a "scale never seen before", according to the aviation consultancy firm working on the project, InterVISTAS Consulting Group.
Source:                                                           The Moodie Davitt Report
Clip-Air: How pod planes could change travel forever
The Clip-Air project is yet another revolutionary aircraft design that aims to transform the way people and cargo travel. The concept envisages carrier planes transporting multiple pods.
Source:                                                           CNN