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Hermes Airports has been accredited with the Platinum Investors in People standard, demonstrating its commitment to its people.

Airports Council International (ACI) Europe released a new edition of its Guidelines on Passenger Services at European Airports publication.

Robert Alan Read has assumed the position of vice president for airports, North America, Air Canada.

The Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) has been recognised by Airports Council International – North America for completing the second step of carbon accreditation, a process to reduce carbon emissions and advance sustainability efforts at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).

According to SITA’s 2017 Air Transport IT Trends Insights report airlines and airports across the world are planning to invest USD33 billion this year on technology.

Qantas has introduced mobile check-in and digital boarding passes for customers travelling between Australia and New Zealand, as part of the airline's strategy to streamline the travelling process.

Airports across the Middle East are driving investment in airport technology with a view to enhance security, to support the expected 4.8 percent annual growth in passenger numbers over the next 20 years.

Airports Council International has recently released Airport Key Performance Indicators for the 2015 financial year confirming six percent year-on-year growth of the industry's global revenue, reaching the figure of USD151.8 billion, despite the persistent economic uncertainty across the world's markets.

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has set out new guidance on how UK airports should support people with hidden disabilities while promoting the assistance available to passengers with such disabilities, including dementia, autism, mental health problems, hearing loss and visual impairment.