Airport News

Auckland Jet Fuel Shortage To Last For Days

September 20, 2017

Auckland Jet Fuel Shortage To Last For Days

The aviation fuel supply problems at New Zealand’s Auckland Airport are likely to continue for another few days, the country’s only jet fuel provider said.


Spicejet Flight Skids Off Runway In Mumbai

September 19, 2017

Spicejet Flight Skids Off Runway In Mumbai

A SpiceJet flight with 183 passengers onboard overshot a runway at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji airport on Tuesday evening.


Some Auckland Flights Hit As Pipeline Repairs Continue

September 18, 2017

Some Auckland Flights Hit As Pipeline Repairs Continue

More flights were cancelled on Monday and Tuesday at New Zealand’s main international airport in Auckland as work continued to repair a broken fuel pipe.


Amsterdam Schiphol Selects Terminal Expansion Design

September 12, 2017

Amsterdam Schiphol Selects Terminal Expansion Design

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport announced the winner of the design competition for its new terminal, due to open in 2023.


Airlines Resume Services as Irma Recovery Continues

September 12, 2017

Airlines Resume Services as Irma Recovery Continues

As airports in Florida and southeast US continued their clear up and airlines started to reintroduce service on some routes, Tropical Storm Irma was downgraded to a tropical depression.



US Airlines, Airports Prepare For Irma’s Arrival

September 8, 2017

US Airlines, Airports Prepare For Irma’s Arrival

As Hurricane Irma heads towards Florida, leaving devastation in its track across the Caribbean, airports and airlines are preparing for the storm, expected to hit the Florida coast sometime on Sunday.


Singapore Airport’s Terminal 4 To Open in October

September 6, 2017

Singapore Airport’s Terminal 4 To Open in October

Singapore Changi Airport’s newest terminal, Terminal 4, will start receiving commercial flights on October 31, after a series of successful trials.


Houston Airports Reopen With Limited Service

August 30, 2017

Houston Airports Reopen With Limited Service

Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports have reopened for limited flights following the severe weather caused by Hurricane Harvey.


Vienna Airport Benefits From Eastern European Traffic

August 22, 2017

Vienna Airport Benefits From Eastern European Traffic

Flughafen Wien, parent company of Vienna Airport, reported a 4.4 percent increase in first half net profit, as passenger numbers particularly to Eastern European destinations rose.


Emirates’ 2016 Dubai Crash Update Released

August 7, 2017

Emirates’ 2016 Dubai Crash Update Released

An interim report on the crash of an Emirates Boeing 777 in Dubai last year has been released on the first anniversary of the accident.