Frankfurt Airport has announced that more destinations are planned from the first week in June, with the range of routes extended, especially to major European cities. The airport is implementing extensive anti-infection measures so flights can resume, while Terminal 1 remains the focal point of passenger handling.
Istanbul Airport has qualified for the ‘LEED Gold’ certificate. The U.S. Green Building Council has officially registered Istanbul Airport’s terminal as the largest LEED certified building worldwide. The certification recognises the energy-efficient and environment-friendly practices implemented from design works to the construction phase, and from the airport’s inauguration to operations at full capacity.
Wizz Air has announced that Larnaca will be its 28th base. The airline will base two A320s at Larnaca Airport in July 2020, with 11 new services to seven countries.
Once international travel restrictions are eased, and airlines gradually resume their services, passengers will be able to fly safely and securely in and out of Cologne Bonn Airport. Numerous measures are being taken in the terminals, processes are being optimised and adapted to hygiene standards, and innovations are being introduced.
Southampton Airport has joined forces with Guernsey Airport and Channel Islands-based partner airline Aurigny to ensure a special charter flight carrying crucial medical samples to be tested at Southampton General Hospital was brought swiftly and safely to the mainland.