It’s been a record-breaking year so far for Milan Bergamo Airport (BGY), which saw unprecedented traffic in the first four months of 2023. Some 4.8 million passengers passed through the airport between January and April – up 42% compared to the same period last year. It adds the sense that Milan is bouncing back stronger […]

Zulu Airline Systems

Zulu Listened to Airline Planners and Built a Next Generation Planning System  Integrated and modular design: Zulu was designed as an integrated platform with all the necessary modules for network planning, scheduling, slots, competitor analytics, and codeshare management with optimization (rotations, fleet, gating, maintenance). The system is modular, allowing customers to pick and choose the […]

Bordeaux AIrport

Bordeaux has had a strong start to the year. The airport continues to rebuild its route network, developing quality markets to support tourism and the economy in the New Aquitaine region. With 134 direct connections to 94 destinations, including 19 new routes, the airport’s 27 partner airlines have renewed their confidence in Bordeaux. Indeed, the […]

Genève Aéroport Sign

As the world has emerged from the grip of the pandemic, very good news appears on the horizon for the aviation industry. The resumption of air traffic is now reality, with a return of long-haul services to many destinations. This represents extremely positive development for Switzerland, with various macro indicators pointing towards a recovery in […]

Train to plane in around 30minutes

New airport express and people mover transform rail connectivity Getting from train to plane has never been easier at London Luton Airport, with journey times to Central London now possible in around 30 minutes, with fares from as little as £10. The Luton Airport Express provides passengers with the fastest, most frequent and most convenient […]


Europe faces many challenges this summer as it responds to surging demand for air travel. First quarter bookings data for May–September is up 40% on 2023, suggesting a very busy season ahead. The pressure will be particularly acute on Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs). Rory Sergison, IATA’s Head of ATM Infrastructure Europe, says that there […]