YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
18 May 2016
Bulgaria launches tender to operate Sofia airport
Bulgaria is launching a tender to operate Sofia airport for 35 years, a deal expected to bring in some 1.2 billion levs ($695 million) to state coffers, Transport Minister Ivailo Moskovski said on Tuesday.
Izmir Adnan Menderes achieves carbon neutrality
Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport in Turkey has become the 21st airport globally to achieve Level 4 carbon neutrality from ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program.
Passenger Terminal Today
British Airways to launch its longest long-haul flight
(BA) has announced it will launch its longest long-haul flight in January 2017, providing a direct service between London and Santiago in Chile.
International Airport Review
Qatar Airways increases IAG stake
Qatar Airways has increased its stake in British Airways' parent company
to just over 15 per cent.
The Doha-based airline originally
took a 9.99 per cent shareholding in IAG
in January 2015. IAG also owns Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus.
Buying Business Travel
Innovative MyDutyFree concept enhances Munich Airport retail offer
Passengers using Munich Airport's new satellite facility will soon be able to enjoy the innovative concept for the duty free areas, MyDutyFree, developed by the airport's trade subsidiary eurotrade.
SITA's baggage robot lends passengers a hand at Geneva Airport
Passengers arriving at Geneva Airport in the past few days have received help with their bag drop from Leo, an innovative baggage robot developed by air transport IT provider SITA, which is being trialed outside the airport's Terminal 1.
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