YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
11 May 2016
Dublin Airport sees highest European growth in March
Dublin was one of 16 EU countries to see double-digit airport growth.
The European airport trade body, ACI Europe, has released its air traffic report for March and the first quarter of the year.
It reveals that during Q1, passenger traffic at Europe's airports grew by an average 7.8%.
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New London Mayor clears way for City Airport expansion
Newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan has dropped the Greater London Authority's objection to London City Airport's plan to purchase land it will need if its expansion plans are approved by the U.K. government later this year.
GSA implements first LPV-200 approach at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris
The European GNSS Agency (GSA) has implemented the first European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) LPV-200 approaches at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
This enables vertical guidance during final approach segments (FAS) without any need for visual contact with the ground to a decision height (DH) of 200ft above the runway.
Airbus: 85 commandes, 52 livraisons en avril
a enregistré le mois dernier plus de commandes que pendant tout le premier trimestre, tandis que les livraisons ont couvert l'intégralité de sa gamme - les premiers monocouloirs sortant en outre sa nouvelle FAL aux Etats-Unis.
ACI: Europe sees growth in Q1 but March is flat
Airports in Europe have seen freight volumes increase by 2.1 per cent in the first quarter despite March remaining flat, Airports Council International (ACI) Europe says.
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