IATA Chief Says Schiphol ‘Has No Shame’; Calls Out Industry Stakeholders
IATA Director General Willie Walsh made clear the frustration of airlines with industry stakeholders that are failing to deliver or hiking fees.
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ACI World Launches Green Financing Project, Aims To Transform Airports Into Energy Hubs
ACI World is launching an initiative to streamline the evaluation process for banks and investors to fund sustainability-linked developments at airports.
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ACI Warns Asia-Pacific's Airports Remain In Financial Distress

By Aaron Karp Apr 12, 2023
Rising airfares are benefiting airlines but not airports, Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific says. 
Airports & Networks

Atlanta Airport Retains Title As World’s Busiest

By Aaron Karp Apr 06, 2023
Five of the top 10 busiest passenger airports in the world in 2022 were in the U.S.
Airports & Networks

ACI Europe: Airport Carbon Accreditation Participation Shows Green Commitment

By Aaron Karp Mar 14, 2023
More than half of the carbon-cutting program's accredited airports are in Europe.
Airports & Networks

Airports, ANSPs Collaborate To Boost Capacity

By Alan Dron Mar 13, 2023
ACI World and CANSO will work on a program to increase capacity in the air transport sector.
Airports & Networks

ACI World: ‘Macroeconomic Risks’ Threaten Global Air Traffic Recovery

By Aaron Karp Feb 23, 2023
Uncertainty remains in near-term forecast for airport traffic around the world.
Airports & Networks

North American Airports Urge U.S., Canada To Restore Connectivity Now

By Wesley Charnock Jun 24, 2021
Airports Council International–North America EVP Matthew Cornelius says the lack of connectivity is “the biggest hole in our business” and “a huge problem that remains unsolved.”
Airports & Networks

U.S. Airports Could Exhaust CARES Acts Funds In 2021, Moody’s Says

By Ben Goldstein Dec 02, 2020
Large U.S. airports could exhaust the federal aid they received in 2020 unless passenger volumes significantly improve in 2021, a new report from Moody’s found.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Extending slot relief ‘essential’ to recovery

By David Casey Nov 27, 2020
The Worldwide Airport Slot Board has urged regulators to commit to prolonging slot flexibility before the end of the year.
Airports & Networks

Collaboration key to industry’s recovery

Nov 06, 2020
Routes Reconnected will unite the global route development community at the end of this month to pave the road to recovery and rebuild demand for Summer 2021.
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PRESS RELEASE: Routes launches new hybrid event for 2020: Routes Reconnected

Aug 05, 2020
A new event is being launched by Routes which will provide an innovative platform for the aviation industry to rebuild air services in the post-pandemic era.
Airports & Networks

Capacity growth must be supplemented with non-aero revenue

By Wesley Charnock Apr 16, 2018
African airports must develop non-aeronautical revenue streams alongside capacity and network growth plans, a high-level conference has heard.
Airports & Networks

Air transport ends 2016 on strong footing despite terrorist attacks, geopolitical tensions, and economic uncertainty, says ACI

By Richard Maslen Feb 22, 2017
Latest data from the organisation’s membership shows global passenger traffic grew 7.3 per cent in December 2016 and 5.5 per cent for the year as a whole. All regions except Africa posted growth in passenger volumes for the year, ranging from 2.2 per cent in the recessionary Latin America-Caribbean region to over 9.0 per cent in the buoyant Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions.
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World Routes Strategy Summit a Huge Success

Oct 01, 2015
The World Routes Strategy Summit, sponsored by Oman Airports Management Company and Brand USA was a huge success at World Routes in Durban.
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Airports Play Vital Role to Local, Regional and Worldwide Economies

By Richard Maslen Sep 29, 2015
WATCH the World Routes Strategy Summit keynote address from Angela Gittens, Director General, Airports Council International.
Airports & Networks

Airlines and Airports Show Brotherly Love

By Richard Maslen Sep 20, 2015
Industry content from the latest issue of the air service development magazine, Routes News.
Airports & Networks

ACI Reveals Strong Passenger and Freight Traffic Growth

Nov 12, 2014
ACI- Global passenger traffic grows by 4.7% by the end of the 3rd quarter; air freight volumes post robust increases for September.
Airports & Networks

WORLD ROUTES: Airport Infrastructure Investment Not Meeting Demand

By Richard Maslen Sep 22, 2014
The lack of money invested in airport infrastructure in the US and Europe was bemoaned in session three of the World Routes Tourism Summit yesterday afternoon in Chicago, writes Justin Birns for The HUB.
Airports & Networks

WORLD ROUTES: Airports - Under Pressure!

By Richard Maslen Sep 22, 2014
Some of the world’s key airport operator players took part in an engaging debate at the 20th World Routes Development Forum Strategy Summit in Chicago on Sunday, Justin Burns writes for The HUB.
Airports & Networks

WORLD ROUTES: Connectivity is the Value of Aviation - Angela Gittens, ACI World

By Richard Maslen Sep 21, 2014
"Connectivity is the value of aviation. Putting together airports and airlines to explore connections with all the choices for the airlines and the stakes for the airport and its community, releases that value."
Airports & Networks

WORLD ROUTES: ACI World Airport Report Shows Airport Traffic is Still Going Strong

By Richard Maslen Sep 20, 2014
Just ahead of this year's World Routes, Airports Council International (ACI) released the latest edition of the World Airport Traffic Report. With comprehensive data coverage for almost 2,000 airports in 160 countries worldwide, ACI's flagship publication remains the authoritative source and industry reference for the latest airport traffic data, rankings and trends on air transport demand.
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WORLD ROUTES: ACI Reports Passenger Traffic Rises for August 2013

By Richard Maslen Oct 08, 2013
Passenger traffic experienced a “slight surge” in growth to almost five per cent for August compared to previous months during the first and second…
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