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New Orleans

A boarding pass is no longer necessary to enjoy the guest experience at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International (MSY). The airport’s MSY Guest Pass allows non-ticketed visitors to explore the more than 40 shops and restaurants that lie beyond security. It’s one of many innovations designed to enhance the visitor experience at MSY, which continues […]

October 13, 2022 | Air Service Event News

Aruba Airport

Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport anticipates a record year, almost recovering to the volume of passengers handled in 2019 while exceeding 2019 seat capacity. Demand for leisure travel has increased considerably due to pent-up demand, and airlines have proven to be resilient, showcasing abilities to ramp up operations quickly and sustainably since tourism was welcomed […]

Indianapolis Airport Routes world

Named one of the Best Airports in America by Condé Nast Traveler, the Indianapolis International Airport is implementing industry-leading new initiatives to ensure it remains a leader in aviation for decades to come. IND has announced an Airline Incentive Plan with a renewed focus on transatlantic service and a transformative runway project to accommodate the […]

Air Service One talks with Copenhagen

Air Service One caught up with Morten Mortensen, Senior Director Airline Sales & Route Development, Copenhagen International Airport in the run up to this year’s Routes World.  We wanted to get an inside look at how the airport has been rebuilding its network over the last year and where it sees the future, in addition […]

October 12, 2022 | Air Service Event News, Airports, Europe

Bergamo - Rotterdam

It’s all change at Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY), which has undergone a makeover during the pandemic. In the last 12 months, its single terminal has been expanded to include a brand-new area for Schengen departures, new shops and facilities, and a renovated check-in hall. Milan Bergamo has also recorded a rapid recovery of its traffic, […]

CWL World Routes 1

“Getting a major carrier’s tailfin added to your airline roll call is always a big deal,” suggests Marc Watkins, Aviation Development Manager at Cardiff Airport. “So seeing the Aer Lingus tailfin here for the first time in eight years has created a buzz at the airport and in our catchment.” Aer Lingus’ five times weekly […]

151st IATA Slot Confernence

As summer migrates to the Southern Hemisphere once again, Melbourne International Airport is gearing up to host the 151st IATA Slot Conference (15-18 November). The event will bring together airline and airport slot coordinators from around the world, ahead of what promises to be a busy 2023 for global travel. For four days Melbourne International […]

BOD AIRPORT - Routes

Bordeaux has become the first major airport in France to permanently offer sustainable fuel to airlines, amid rising demand for greener travel. The fuel – produced locally in Gironde – is made from cooking oil and is mixed with traditional jet fuel at a ratio of 30:70. It reportedly reduces CO2 emissions by up to […]

October 10, 2022 | Air Service Event News

Dublin Routes

It’s been a stellar summer for Dublin Airport, which launched its new €320 million runway on time, in budget and at no cost to the state back in August. As the first planes took off from the freshly laid tarmac, the return of international travel gave the airport an expected post-Covid boost. In that month […]

Sun-air LCY

It’s been a sizzling summer for Billund Airport. West Denmark’s international gateway recorded its busiest holiday season yet, helping it reach index 120 in July and index 112 in August. The airport, which handled 3.7m passengers in 2019, is now expecting to reach the same number this year – and may yet surpass that figure […]