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Cairo International Airport Sets New Passenger Records

The Aïd al-Fitr holidays this year, celebrated during the Ramadan festival, showcased exceptional performance for Cairo International Airport. April 13, 2024 will remain etched in history as the airport handled 746 flights (arrivals and departures) and accommodated 94,000 passengers, setting…

Miami Airport Plans to Convert All Jet Bridges to Glass

Miami International Airport (MIA) unveiled a new glass passenger boarding bridge at gate H17 on Friday, marking a move towards wider use of the technology. The overhauled bridge follows a similar structure introduced at gate D14 in late 2022. MIA…

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport Tests Self-Driving Electric Buses

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is trialing self-driving electric buses to transport employees working in the airport's airside area. The two self-driving Ohmio buses follow a fixed route with stops at various facilities used by cleaning and ground handling companies, according to…

FAA Boosts Infrastructure Funding at 71 U.S. Airports

FAA is awarding a new batch of grants for airport infrastructure projects aimed at improving safety and capacity at 71 U.S. airports, it announced Wednesday. Projects include taxiway improvements, aircraft rescue, firefighting and snow removal equipment. The $110 million in…

When the Airport Duty Free Stores Make Sense

I was recently in Qatar for a couple of days right before Valentine's Day. This unexpected trip messed up my plans to wait until the last minute to buy a Valentine's Day present for my wife. She had very casually…