Auckland Airport Revises Forecast Upward Amid Growing Demand

In response to a speedy recovery, New Zealand’s Auckland Airport has revised its forecast for the financial year 2023. Auckland Airport, the largest international gateway to the country, has seen a strong demand in domestic and international travel, in particular on North and South America, South Pacific and Trans-Tasman routes.…

KLM Promotes Fleet Renewal to Reverse Proposed Capacity Cuts at…

KLM is proposing a fleet renewal program as the main solution to reducing noise pollution and CO2 emissions at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport. The announcement comes after the Netherlands parliament proposed cutting the number of annual flight movements at the airline’s hub from 500,000 to 440,000 by the end of 2023.…

U.K.’s Doncaster Sheffield Airport Ceases Operations

While the travel demand is on the rise in the U.K., Doncaster Sheffield Airport has announced it will begin winding down its operations due to lack of tangible proposals. The struggling airport will continue to work closely with the passengers to minimize the disruption. Doncaster Sheffield mainly provides flight operations…

More Travel Chaos at Amsterdam Schiphol, CEO Steps Down

The summer of problems and delays that has been plaguing travelers all around the world, especially in Europe, shows no sign of fading away. Even as the official end of the summer in the northern hemisphere is quickly approaching and will come in just a few days, some airports are…

A New Perimeter Rule for Milan’s Linate Airport

After over 20 years of limitations that prevented any flights to destinations outside of the E.U., Milan’s Forlanini Airport located in the suburb town of Linate will be subject to a new regulation imposing a perimeter rule similar to those regulating traffic at New York La Guardia and Washington National.…

Singapore’s Changi Airport Shows Signs of Recovery

Singapore’s aviation sector is like no other in Asia, and its Changi Airport has seen the sign of rebounding after two years of the pandemic. The Asian vibrant hub announced that it had handled 7.33 million passengers in the second quarter (from April to June) of 2022. It comes after…

Panamá Pacífico International Airport Resumes Operations

On Thursday, Panamá Pacífico International Airport (BLB) resumed commercial operations, following the completion of the renovation works on its passenger terminal. The facility had been closed in March 2020, as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, Tocumen S.A. moved forward with expansion and modernization works, with the aim…

Beijing Reopens Its Doors to International Flights

On July 27, Lufthansa resumed its first Beijing flight, LH722, service from Frankfurt. The flight has been suspended for 907 days due to the pandemic. Lufthansa previously served the one-way flight from Beijing to Frankfurt, with the plane entering China in Shenyang, and then repositioning to Beijing. The resumed direct…

Grottaglie Spaceport in Southern Italy to be Dubbed ‘Cryptaliae Spaceport’

The Grottaglie airport in Apulia (Southern Italy), has already a strategic role within the aerospace world. It is part of the international program for the on-site production of the Boeing 787 "Dreamliner" fuselages, but is currently interested in its further development as a strategic infrastructure for Europe for the growth…