Airport World News: Stockholm Arlanda set to get US preclearance; Smiths Detection launches new security website for aviation industry; France honours TAV’s Sani Sener; and much more
STOCKHOLM ARLANDA SET TO INTRODUCE US PRECLEARANCE IN 2018
Stockholm Arlanda is set to introduce a US preclearance facility following the green light from the Swedish and US governments.
SCHIPHOL SECURITY TRIALS COULD ALLOW PASSENGERS TO LEAVE LIQUIDS AND LAPTOPS IN LUGGAGE
Amsterdam Schiphol is testing two new screening systems that will allow passengers to leave liquids and laptops in their hand luggage when passing through airport security.
FRANCE AWARDS TAV GROUP CEO, SANI ŞENER, WITH THE LEGION OF HONOUR
TAV Group CEO, Sani Şener, has been awarded The National Order of the Legion of Honour by France in recognition of his contributions to the bilateral relations between Turkey and France.
AECOM TO WORK AS DESIGN CONSULTANT ON HONG KONG’S NEW PASSENGER TERMINAL
AECOM has been awarded the detailed design consultancy work for Hong Kong International Airport’s (HKIA) new passenger building, part of the HK$141.5 billion Three-runway System (3RS) project.
VANDERLANDE SECURES BAGGAGE HANDLING CONTRACT FOR DOMODEDOVO’S NEW TERMINAL 2
Vanderlande has been awarded the baggage handling contract for Moscow Domodedovo Airport’s new Terminal 2.
SMITHS DETECTION LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE FOR AVIATION INDUSTRY TO SHARE SECURITY BEST PRACTICES
Smiths Detection today announced the launch of Aviation Insider – a new online hub for the aviation sector.
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