YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
28 July 2016
The newly revised and ACI-endorsed Level of Service (LoS) framework provides airports with a single set of globally accepted passenger service guidelines.
Michael O'Leary's pay soars 33% on record Ryanair revenues
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary last year enjoyed a 33% hike in pay to €3.16m - €8,657 a day.
In the 12 months to the end of March last, pre-tax profits at the airline soared 75% to a record €1.7bn as the airline enjoyed revenues of €6.5bn.
Norwegian's U.S. flights to Paris take off
Norwegian today launches its first flight from the United States to Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport.
The airline's first-ever nonstop flight to Paris from the U.S. departs from New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport this evening.
Cologne Bonn installs FOD detection system
Cologne Bonn airport is using a laser-based clearance test system for the detection of foreign objects such as spilled luggage from baggage trollies on its landing area.
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Frankfurt Airport's reopened 'tourism magnet' allows visitors to view the world of aviation
Frankfurt Airport's observation deck tourist attraction, the Visitors' Terrace, is reopening today having undergone a major renovation.
The 1,800sq m Visitors' Terrace is located in Terminal 2 and can accommodate up to 800 guests at a time.
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