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AENA Appoints Banks For Share Sale

July 22, 2014

Spain's state-owned AENA has appointed banks Santander, BBVA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to run a process in which just under half the company will be sold.
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AENA Appoints Banks For Share Sale

Afghanistan Concerned About Airspace Safety

July 22, 2014

As flying over conflict zones comes under scrutiny following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine, Afghanistan, one of the world's most dangerous places, is worried airlines might once again opt to avoid its airspace.
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Asur Posts Lower Second Quarter Profit

July 21, 2014

Mexican airport operator Asur, which operates Cancun airport and eight others in southern Mexico, said on Monday its second-quarter profit fell 15.24 percent, hit by higher taxes.
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Four Dead In Tripoli Airport Fighting

July 20, 2014

Heavy fighting erupted on Sunday around Tripoli Airport, where rival militias have been battling for control, killing at least four people and forcing thousands from their homes, local residents and witnesses said.
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Libyan Militia Says Ceasefire Reached To End Airport Battle

July 17, 2014

A Libyan militia battling a rival armed group over control of Tripoli airport is ready for a peaceful solution after five days of heavy fighting, a spokesman said.
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Militants Killed After Attack On Kabul Airport

July 17, 2014

Militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades attacked Kabul Airport in the Afghan capital on Thursday in one of the most audacious assaults on the facility, used by both civilians and the military.
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Tripoli Airport Shelling Damaged 20 Aircraft

July 16, 2014

Twenty aircraft were damaged by shelling at Tripoli airport in the worst fighting in Libya's capital in months as rival militia battled for control.
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MAG Upbeat On Airport Growth Prospects

July 15, 2014

Manchester Airports Group said it is confident of delivering strong growth in 2014-15 as increased passenger numbers and cost controls helped lift full-year earnings by 2.8 percent.
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MAG Upbeat On Airport Growth Prospects

Militia Tightens Control Of Tripoli Airport

July 15, 2014

Libyan militia fighters with anti aircraft guns and mortars on Tuesday fanned out across Tripoli's airport, transformed into a battlefield by two days of fighting.
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Tripoli Airport Shelling Destroys Several Aircraft

July 15, 2014

Militia shelling of Tripoli airport has destroyed 90 percent of the planes parked there, government spokesman Ahmed Lamine said.
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Hamas Warns Airlines It Will Target Tel Aviv Airport

July 11, 2014

Hamas's armed wing has warned airlines that it intends to target Israel's Ben Gurion Airport with its rockets and has told them not to fly there, a statement by the group said on Friday.
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Hamas Warns Airlines It Will Target Tel Aviv Airport

France To Sell Part Of Toulouse Airport Stake

July 11, 2014

France plans to put on sale up to 49.99 percent of Toulouse-Blagnac airport in southwest France, as the cash-strapped government seeks to finance the purchase of a stake in Alstom.
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Philippines Looks At Former US Base For New Airport

July 10, 2014

The Philippines is looking at using a former US navy base as an alternative to Manila's dilapidated main international airport after San Miguel refused to submit a formal proposal for a USD$10 billion gateway it had planned to build.
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EU Investigates SEA Unit On State Aid

July 9, 2014

The European Commission said it had opened an in-depth probe into whether a EUR€25 million (USD$34 million) capital injection by Milan airport operator SEA into its new ground-handling unit was in line with EU state aid rules.
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EU Investigates SEA Unit On State Aid

Germany Increases Airport Security After US Request

July 8, 2014

Germany has tightened security at its airports after US authorities said they were concerned that al Qaeda operatives in Syria and Yemen were developing bombs that could be smuggled onto planes.
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Germany Increases Airport Security After US Request
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