YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
31 March 2016
Brussels Airport awaits government approval to resume flights
Brussels Airport said it is awaiting only government approval to resume passenger flights at about 20 percent of regular capacity as a temporary check-in system is "technically ready" to start operations.
SNC-Lavalin finalizes sale of its interest in Malta International
Canadian construction firm SNC-Lavalin Group has completed the sale of its indirect ownership in Malta International Airport to Flughafen Wien, the operator of Vienna International Airport in Austria, for €64m (US$73m).
Birmingham Airport is to get a new regular service to Doha, flown by Qatar Airways. The airline will fly eight times a week to the capital which is one of the host cities of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Moscow's new Ramenskoye Airport is set to open in April
Ramenskoye Airport is the fourth fully functional airport complex of the Moscow Aviation Hub. It is primarily focused on low-cost airlines. Ramenskoye Airport is expected to serve 50,000-60,000 passengers during its first month.