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Seattle Welcomes Aer Lingus: Inaugural Flight From Dublin (+Photos)

    Seattle Welcomes Aer Lingus: Inaugural Flight From Dublin (+Photos)

SEATTLE — Bagpipes roared across the ramp near gate A12 Friday evening as Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) welcomed its newest airline, Aer Lingus, for the first time. The first flight

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Naples Airport: Fastest Growing In The World?

    Naples Airport: Fastest Growing In The World?

MIAMI — Naples-Capodichino International Airport (NAP), located in the heart of the Italian city, has registered an impressive 46.1% growth in passenger figures during the first quarter of 2018. According

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Ethiopian Airlines To Launch Services to Manchester

    Ethiopian Airlines To Launch Services to Manchester

LONDON — It was announced on May 14th that Addis Ababa-based carrier, Ethiopian Airlines, will launch a new four times weekly service between Addis Ababa and Manchester Airport, in the northwest

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Luton Airport Workers to Strike Affecting 200,000 Passengers

    Luton Airport Workers to Strike Affecting 200,000 Passengers

LONDON — Members of the Unite union based at London’s Luton Airport have voted majoritively in favour of going on strike over a dispute of pay and zero hours’ contracts. Workers

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Ardian Sells 49% Stake in Luton Airport to AMP Capital

  Ardian Sells 49% Stake in Luton Airport to AMP Capital

LONDON — French investment company Ardian has sold their 49% stake in London Luton Airport to Australian investment firm AMP Capital.

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Qatar’s Launch to Cardiff – Keynote with H.E Mr Akbar Al Baker & Co

  Qatar’s Launch to Cardiff – Keynote with H.E Mr Akbar Al Baker & Co

Article Written by Tomos Howells, Produced by James Field LONDON – Following the launch of the Cardiff-Doha service by Qatar Airways

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Changes, Upgrades, Downgrades: American Airlines Unveils Winter Schedule Variations

  Changes, Upgrades, Downgrades: American Airlines Unveils Winter Schedule Variations

LONDON – American Airlines has outlined significant route additions as well as frequency upgrades for its winter scheduling in the

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London-Stansted Unveiled New Check-in Area

  London-Stansted Unveiled New Check-in Area

MIAMI — Yesterday, London-Stansted Airport (STN) revealed its new check-in area, as part of their £600 million transformation project. The

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Budapest Airport is the First Carbon-Neutral Airport

  Budapest Airport is the First Carbon-Neutral Airport

MIAMI — Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD) achieved the “carbon-neutral” accreditation, a major international environmental award, launched by ACI

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Qatar Airways Celebrates New Doha-Cardiff Route

  Qatar Airways Celebrates New Doha-Cardiff Route

LONDON — The first Qatar Airways flight between Doha and Cardiff, Wales has been officially inaugurated after the aircraft touched down

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Best of Airways — Naples International Airport

  Best of Airways — Naples International Airport

Reported by Enrique Perrella • Photos by Author unless noted • Airways Magazine, September 2014 Close your eyes. Listen to

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    This Month in the Airways: Qatar — Meeting the Airbus A350-1000

This Month in the Airways: Qatar — Meeting the Airbus A350-1000

Here’s the summary of our newest issue, just for you! The 266th issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: Air Astana, the flag carrier of Kazakhstan, has evolved to become one of the strongest airlines in Central Asia. Andreas Spaeth explains its growing process. Speaking of growth, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is a very

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    X-Rays at Airports: How Do They Work?

X-Rays at Airports: How Do They Work?

MIAMI — If you are at all familiar with commercial airlines, you know that security measures are very tight at airports. There are restrictions on what you can take onboard with you, as well as what can be packed in your luggage. Not only does your stuff get scanned in

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    Zagreb Airport Closes Due to Maintenance

Zagreb Airport Closes Due to Maintenance

MIAMI — Starting today, the Franjo Tuđman Airport (ZAG), which serves the Croatian capital, Zagreb, will be closed for at least two months, unless weather allows for an earlier end, due to maintenance on the runways. “As of April 4th works begin on a portion of the concrete edges of the runways

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    Cybersecurity Risks Within the Airline Industry

Cybersecurity Risks Within the Airline Industry

There is no doubt that online attacks are becoming increasingly frequent, but as if that wasn’t bad enough, they are also posing greater threats to people and property. In the past, security threats were mainly aimed at causing mischief, but in recent years, there has been a huge upswing in

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