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Egypt’s gateway to the Red Sea is on the crest of a wave again with traffic almost returning to pre-pandemic levels. Marsa Alam Airport handled almost 1.1 million passengers this summer, which is a shade under what it handled the summer before the pandemic. The airport is now connected to 36 destinations via 21 airlines, […]

November 24, 2022 | Air Service Event News

Marvellous Melbourne

Melbourne Airport showed there superhero qualities on Wednesday night, hosting the ultimate money-can’t-buy dinner at the city’s Marvel Stadium putting the WOW factor into the 151st IATA Slot conference networking evening! With one thousand plus attendees treated to a fantastic selection of fine foods, delicious wines and live entertainment.   Melbourne leads the way as […]

November 18, 2022 | Air Service Event News

Team Melbourne Welcome Reception IATA 151

The 151st IATA Slot Conference’s host, Melbourne International Airport, kicked off the event’s networking program with a cocktail reception at Arbory Afloat on Melbourne’s Yarra River. A fantastic setting for a welcome reception and a great location to unwind with industry colleagues after the first full day of the conference. The event will bring together […]

November 15, 2022 | Air Service Event News

One Alpha and Veveo

  OneAlpha, the airport slot coordination and capacity management technology company, has formed a global strategic partnership with Veovo, a global leader in Airport Operations, Revenue Management and Passenger Flow solutions,  giving operators the ability to streamline the slot approval process while maximising the use of runway, apron and terminal capacity and resources. The integration […]

Brussels wins Routes marketing Award 2022

Brussels Airport (BRU) has recovered its pre-pandemic route network – all while embracing a greener future. Amidst the turmoil caused by Covid, eight new airlines have launched operations at BRU: Air Belgium, Transavia, Corendon, SKYexpres, PLAY, Flyr, FlyOne, and HiSky. The airport has also welcomed 16 new destinations, including Johannesburg, Cape Town, Mauritius, Curaçao, Aruba, […]

November 13, 2022 | Air Service Event News

Adelaide AIrport

Adelaide is a renowned for its wine and there have been a few corks popping this year at the airport, which has seen a near-return of its pre-pandemic traffic. “It is incredibly exciting that the aviation industry is rebounding again,” said Jonathan Cheong, head of aviation business development and commercial. “With the reopening of international […]

Perth Australia

Perth Airport has some surprising stats up its sleeve. For instance, did you know that 17 or the 20 most populous Asian cities are closer to Perth than any other major Australian city? Or that 60 per cent of the world’s population lives within a 10-hour flight of the airport? It’s figures like these that […]

Aeroporti di Roma

2022 is coming to an end and undoubtedly it has been a year of great achievements in terms of route development for Rome More than 50 new routes launched, including 19 new destinations and 7 new carriers: Rome airport has exploited all the opportunities from the potentiality expressed by the European market reactivation, recovering and […]

Oman Airports

Over the past two years, the cargo team at Oman Airports, alongside our cargo partners, have been instrumental in accommodating a broad range of dedicated freighter flights that have proved vital for the country’s economy through the pandemic, in particular at Muscat International Airport which remained open for cargo flights throughout. During this time Muscat […]

Bamboo at Gatwick

“Since the reopening of the South Terminal, we’ve had really strong performance from our incumbent airlines; new airlines choosing to fly to Gatwick and, with more in the pipeline, it’s a really positive time for Gatwick following a turbulent couple of years.” explains Stephanie Wear, Gatwick’s VP of Aviation Development Recent developments: This summer, Gatwick’s […]