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US DOT Proposes Delta Keeps Haneda Slot

March 27, 2015

The US Department of Transportation said that Delta Air Lines can keep a slot at Tokyo's Haneda Airport if it flies there from Seattle daily, upsetting competitors that had asked for Delta's slot to grow their presence in Asia.
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US DOT Proposes Delta Keeps Haneda Slot

Saudi Arabia Resumes Flights At Southern Airports

March 27, 2015

Saudi Arabia gradually resumed flights at its southern airports one day after suspending all traffic as it launched air strikes against Houthi fighters in Yemen.
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Saudi Arabia Resumes Flights At Southern Airports

Power Restored At Schiphol Airport After Outage

March 27, 2015

A major power outage hit large parts of Amsterdam and the surrounding province of North Holland on Friday, prompting the cancellation of all flights to and from the city's Schiphol airport.
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Power Restored At Schiphol Airport After Outage

Malaysia's MAHB Sells Delhi Airport Stake

March 24, 2015

Malaysia Airport Holdings said it will sell its entire 10 percent stake in Delhi International Airport for USD$79 million.
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Malaysia's MAHB Sells Delhi Airport Stake

Fraport Hit By Russia Crisis As Pax Spending Drops

March 19, 2015

German airport operator Fraport is suffering from the crisis in Ukraine and Russia, with currency weakness hitting passenger numbers and retail spending.
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Fraport Hit By Russia Crisis As Pax Spending Drops

Venezuela Requests Annulment Of Airport Arbitration Award

March 18, 2015

Venezuela asked a World Bank tribunal on Wednesday to refuse an order that it pay Swiss airport operator Flughafen Zurich and a Chilean partner nearly USD$36 million for the government takeover of airport facilities they operated in the country a decade ago.
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Uganda To Upgrade Entebbe Airport

March 13, 2015

Uganda will spend USD$365 million over the next six years to upgrade Entebbe Airport to accommodate growing passenger numbers, a senior official said.
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Uganda To Upgrade Entebbe Airport

Kansai Airport Sale A Test For Japan

March 13, 2015

After building an artificial island off Osaka to host a new airport in 1994, officials discovered it was sinking into the sea.
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Kansai Airport Sale A Test For Japan

Ryanair To Fly To Spain's 'Ghost' Airport

March 11, 2015

Ryanair said it would start flights in September between Castellón airport in Spain and Britain in the first regular commercial flights to operate from the 'ghost' airport since it opened in 2011.
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Ryanair To Fly To Spain's 'Ghost' Airport

New York Airport Alarm Reveals Stowaway Dog

March 6, 2015

US TSA agents searching a suitcase after an alarm went off at New York's LaGuardia Airport expected the usual contraband, but instead found a stowaway Chihuahua.
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New York Airport Alarm Reveals Stowaway Dog

Atlantia Still Hopes To Sell Stake In Airport Business

March 6, 2015

Italian motorway operator Atlantia is still open to selling a minority stake in its airport business AdR, its CEO said, adding the group was keen to swap it with a stake in another airport.
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Atlantia Still Hopes To Sell Stake In Airport Business

Delta Plane Slides Off LaGuardia Runway

March 5, 2015

A Delta Air Lines plane landing during a snowstorm at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Thursday slid off the runway and struck a fence before coming to rest at the edge of Flushing Bay. There were no serious injuries.
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Delta Plane Slides Off LaGuardia Runway

Asiana Settles US Court Claims In San Francisco Crash

March 4, 2015

Asiana Airlines has settled compensation claims filed in US courts by 72 people who were passengers on a flight that crashed at San Francisco Airport in 2013, without disclosing financial terms.
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Asiana Settles US Court Claims In San Francisco Crash

Benettons Expect Binding Offers For WDF By Mid-March

March 3, 2015

The Benetton family expects binding offers for its majority stake in World Duty Free by mid-March, two people close to the matter said.
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Benettons Expect Binding Offers For WDF By Mid-March

More Snow And Ice Hits Flights In Northeast US

March 2, 2015

Snow and ice spread across the northeastern United States again on Sunday and into early Monday, causing flight disruptions at several major airports as February's onslaught of bitter winter weather dragged into the first days of March.
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More Snow And Ice Hits Flights In Northeast US