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Europe's airports see route reductions of around 7% in 2009

Europe’s airports see route reductions of around 7% in 2009

Analysis of airport traffic data from over 220 European airports in 2008 shows that total annual traffic was virtually unchanged last year. This, however, disguises the fact that most airports saw growth during the first half of the year followed by a drop in passenger numbers during the second part of the year as the economic environment across Europe deteriorated.

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UFIS-AS: supporting airport operational management

UFIS Airport Solutions (UFIS-AS) already has a wide base of customers and an extensive range of systems installed in more than 25 of the world’s leading and busiest airports. At the same time, it is also looking to the future and is working continuously on updating its technology to offer IS/IT managers the most efficient and beneficial solutions it can.

bagport chooses Wheelbox system

The bagport Group, a provider of automated trolley services to many airports, including London-Luton, Bristol, Stockholm, Boston and Philadelphia, has chosen to use the Wheelbox automated wheelchair dispensing system as part of its PRM service – AssistPort.

European airport trends 2008

Airport traffic stagnating this summer, likely to be down at least 5% this winter

By Ralph Anker, Editor, anna.aero