• Peru to re-tender Cuzco concession

    The Peruvian government announced on 21 May that it is rescinding a contract to build a new USD520 million international airport near Cuzco, citing cost concerns and "a series of deficiencies". Vice-President Martín Vizcarra Cornejo (who subsequently resigned as transport minister)

  • Auckland picks design consortium for integrated terminal

    Mott MacDonald has been selected to lead a design consortium for the combined domestic and international terminal at Auckland Airport in New Zealand. Work begins imminently, with the final design expected by early 2018. Team members include Grimshaw, Architectus, and Holmes Consulting. The scope

  • Frankfurt sets new green objectives

    New environmental targets issued by Fraport include a cut in annual CO 2 output from operations at Frankfurt Airport to 80,000 tonnes by 2030. "Emissions per transport unit are set to be reduced to 0.9 kg of CO 2 per passenger or 100 kg of airfreight or airmail," the airport operator

  • Jacobs supports Los Angeles projects

    Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has awarded Jacobs Engineering Group a seven-year prime contract for project and construction management of multiple developments at Los Angeles International Airport. The multibillion-dollar deal includes the Landside Access Modernization Program, the

  • Avinor seeks UK consultancy advice on fuel supply

    UK-based eJet International is providing consultancy services to Norwegian airport operator Avinor, as it seeks to manage change in the aviation fuel supply chain at Oslo Gardermoen. Avinor is looking to determine the feasibility of open-access fuel supply, which would allow any qualified provider

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  • India steps up efforts to map noise

    India is prioritising moves to limit noise emissions at airports and standardise land use planning, as it prepares for an ICAO audit in November 2017. ICAO Doc 9289 (Balanced Approach to Noise Management) calls for member states to introduce noise limit guidelines and land use plans by 2018. The
  • Robotic kiosks make check-in queues history, says SITA

    SITA Lab has developed an autonomous deployable self-service kiosk called KATE that can be deployed anywhere for check-in at an airport, as required, to deal with disruptive events or queues. "For passengers, this means that queues at check-in can be relegated to the past," said Stephane
  • Airbases detox as firefighters adopt safer foam

    The US Air Force (USAF) and US Navy (USN) are switching to safer aircraft firefighting foam, after tests showed that chemicals used for decades by military firefighters contain carcinogens, which have contaminated drinking water on and near military installations. The use of foam containing toxic



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