Operations

Fraport expands fleet of temperature-controlled transporters at Frankfurt Airport

Fraport expands fleet of temperature-controlled transporters at Frankfurt Airport

Fraport, owner and operator of Frankfurt Airport, will be using two additional state-of-the-art refrigerated trailers for the transportation of temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products. This will take Fraport’s total fleet for cross-apron transportation up to 20 temperature-controlled transporters.

Aer Lingus Regional launches Leeds Bradford-Belfast City service

Aer Lingus Regional launches Leeds Bradford-Belfast City service

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, marked the beginning of its new service from Leeds Bradford Airport to Belfast City Airport on 1 October 2020. The airline will operate up to three daily return flights on the route. Stobart Air will base five ATR72-600 aircraft at Belfast City Airport.

Hermes Airports hosts ‘Giraffes for Hope’ exhibition at Larnaka Airport

Hermes Airports hosts ‘Giraffes for Hope’ exhibition at Larnaka Airport

Hermes Airports is supporting the latest initiative of Sophia For Children, by hosting the ‘Giraffes for Hope’ exhibition. Throughout October 2020, passengers have the opportunity to see 20 impressive giraffes, which were created by artists, aiming to financially support the Sophia Foundation programmes.

Frankfurt Airport implements measures to ensure safety of passengers and personnel

Frankfurt Airport implements measures to ensure safety of passengers and personnel

Frankfurt Airport has worked closely with other institutions to implement safeguards against contagion. “The safety of passengers and personnel is our top priority,” says Thomas Kirner, who is responsible for passenger services at Fraport, the airport’s operator. “We have honed these practices over the last few months and they are now very effective.”

Milan Bergamo continues to advance, developing service and product offers

Milan Bergamo continues to advance, developing service and product offers

While the aviation sector has been one of the worst-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, Milan Bergamo Airport has been working hard with its stakeholders to advance and improve its service and product offering, particularly important at a time when passenger travel habits have changed considerably in previous months.