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Successful efforts to reduce CO2 emissions at Munich Airport

Successful efforts to reduce CO2 emissions at Munich Airport

The international climate protection organization CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) has again recognized Munich Airport (FMG) for its highly effective climate protection efforts. For the third consecutive year, Munich Airport has achieved "Leadership Level"...

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Nouveau record en 2019 : l’aéroport de Montpellier frôle les 2 millions de passagers

Nouveau record en 2019 : l’aéroport de Montpellier frôle les 2 millions de passagers

Avec 1 935 631 passagers accueillis en 2019, l’Aéroport Montpellier-Méditerranée a une nouvelle fois battu son record de trafic annuel. Pour 2020, AMM vise une croissance inédite grâce notamment à l’ouverture de la base Transavia dès ce printemps. Nouveau...

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1 million de passagers au départ de Montpellier transportés par Volotea

1 million de passagers au départ de Montpellier transportés par Volotea

Volotea, la compagnie aérienne des capitales régionales européennes, a transporté 1 million de passagers au départ de Montpellier depuis son arrivée en 2012. En 2019, la compagnie a transporté 290 000 passagers, soit 22% plus par rapport à 2018 au départ...

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Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur dévoile son programme pour parvenir en seulement 10 ans, à ne plus émettre de gaz à effet de serre

Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur dévoile son programme pour parvenir en seulement 10 ans, à ne plus émettre de gaz à effet de serre

Engagé depuis plus de 15 ans dans une démarche volontaire de réduction de son empreinte environnementale, le premier groupe aéroportuaire français 100% neutre carbone a dévoilé son programme pour parvenir, avec 20 ans d’avance sur sa précédente annonce,...

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Munich Airport reports 10th consecutive record-setting year

Munich Airport reports 10th consecutive record-setting year

Munich Airport continues to pile up records: In 2019 total traffic increased by 1.7 million, or 4 percent, to 47.9 million passengers. That was the largest increase posted by any German airport last year. Munich Airport Panorama © Munich Airport Munich...

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ADB SAFEGATE helps U.S. airports reduce the number of runway incursions by 52%

ADB SAFEGATE helps U.S. airports reduce the number of runway incursions by 52%

ADB SAFEGATE is proud to have participated in the multi-year Runway Status Lights (RWSL) project initiated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2008 to prevent runway incursions at major airports across the country. ©ADB SAFEGATE Runway Status...

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From Munich to Krasnodar: Azimuth Airlines launching convenient connection to southern Russia

From Munich to Krasnodar: Azimuth Airlines launching convenient connection to southern Russia

The up-and-coming Russian carrier Azimuth Airlines is now offering two weekly flights, departing on Sundays and Tuesdays, from Munich to the southern Russian city of Krasnodar. Azimuth MUC-KRR (Ulrich Theis 3rd from right) From Munich to Krasnodar: Azimuth...

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British Airways trials robots to guide customers through the airport

British Airways trials robots to guide customers through the airport

British Airways announces it will trial state-of-the-art, fully autonomous robots in 2020 to carry out simple tasks. Airline wants to enable its airport hosts to concentrate on more complex customer queries. Automation across Heathrow Terminal 5 has seen...

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SITA deploys self-service bag drop for LATAM Airlines

SITA deploys self-service bag drop for LATAM Airlines

SITA is installing its Scan&Fly self-service bag drop for LATAM Airlines Group at 18 airports in five countries in the Americas as part of its work to transform its airport experience. The first eight kiosks are up and running at Brasilia International...

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Munich Airport subsidiary scores success in Hamburg

Munich Airport subsidiary scores success in Hamburg

AeroGround Flughafen München GmbH, Munich Airport’s subsidiary responsible for aircraft and baggage handling, has been awarded one of the two licenses to provide ground handling services at Hamburg Airport. ©www.berndducke.de AeroGround granted license...

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