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New Center for Crime Established at Munich Airport

The Munich Airport operating company Flughafen München GmbH (FMG) has launched an Information Security Hub (ISH) on site, comprising a competence center for IT specialists who will also cooperate with experts with in the European aviation industry to develop specific strategies and new approaches to defend against cyber attacks and to fight cybercrime in general. …

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easyJet aims to double German passenger numbers after Air Berlin acquisitions

With the taking over of a number of operations at Berlin’s Tegel Airport from the now defunct Air Berlin, easyJet has announced its predictions to more than double the number of the low-cost carrier’s German passengers to 18 million per year. Friday 5, 2018, saw the launch of easyJet’s first domestic flight from Tegel, to …

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easyJet aims to double German passenger numbers after Air Berlin acquisitions

With the taking over of a number of operations at Berlin’s Tegel Airport from the now defunct Air Berlin, easyJet has announced its predictions to more than double the number of the low-cost carrier’s German passengers to 18 million per year. Friday 5, 2018, saw the launch of easyJet’s first domestic flight from Tegel, to …

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Mexico urged to adopt global standards for airport slot management

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged Mexico to adopt global standards for the management of its airport slots as opposed to the current slot system proposed by the country’s Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE). IATA is concerned that Mexico’s proposed system will not enable the country to maximise its air infrastructure, nor guarantee …

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IATA’s passenger figures for May show more moderate, but still strong demand

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released May’s global passenger traffic results, revealing that compared to May 2016, revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) was up 7.6%, though down from 10.9% growth in April. Capacity was up 6.1% and load factor was up 1.2% to 80.1%, a record high for the month of May. For the …

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Fraport traffic in November 2015 impacted strongly by Lufthansa's flight attendant strike

Frankfurt Airport’s (FRA) traffic in November 2015 was impacted strongly by Lufthansa’s flight attendant strike. The week-long walkout and its effects on the days following the strike resulted in about half a million passengers being unable to start their journeys at FRA – as well as the cancellation of 3,400 scheduled flights. Thus, Frankfurt Airport’s …

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Cabot Aviation appointed by Kenya Airways as exclusive remarketing agent

Cabot Aviation, part of the Air Partner group and a leading aircraft remarketing broker, has been appointed by Kenya Airways as its exclusive remarketing agent for four B777-200ERs. The aircraft, which hold the serial numbers 33681, 33682, 33683 and 36124, were all delivered new to Kenya Airways between 2004 and 2007 and have been operated …

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ANA to take 19.9% stake in bankrupt budget airline Skymark

On the 29th January this year Japan’s Skylark Airlines filed for bankruptcy protection after it plans to challenge Japan’s two major carriers, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) failed. Skylark Airlines was formed in 1998 and had aimed to shake up the Japanese air industry by offering low cost flights. However a combination …

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