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97. Airports in Asia Pacific and Middle East Continue Robust Growth
Several major airports in the region have recorded double-digit year-on-year growth including Jakarta (CGK) +14.8%, Taipei (TPE) +13.5%, Kuala Lumpur (KUL) +13.1%, Singapore (SIN) +12.2%, Seoul Incheon (ICN) +11.5%, Tokyo Narita (NRT) +11.2%, Melbourne (MEL) +10.1% and Dubai (DXB) +10.0%. Bangkok (BKK) posted an increase of 20.6% year-on-year in passenger traffic, but this high per
98. Airports in Asia Pacific Record Growth of 6.6% in Passenger Traffic in August
Beijing (PEK) handled 7.5 million passengers in August 2012 and remained the airport in the region with the highest passenger throughput. Tokyo Haneda (HND) handled 6.5 million passengers took second place followed by Hong Kong (HKG) with over 5.1 million passengers. The other 2 airports in the top 5 were Dubai (DXB) and Jakarta (CGK), both handled about 4.8 million passengers duri
99. Delhi Airport Becomes 5th Asia Pacific Airport to be Carbon Accredited
Earlier this month, Indira Gandhi International Airport was officially accredited under the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme. Indira Gandhi International Airport, operated by Delhi International Airport, is now accredited at Level 2 Reduction and is the 2nd Indian airport to be accredited at this level.
100. Aviation: Regulators Urged to Quickly Adopt Airport Slot Proposals
As a result of the collapse in demand from the COVID-19 crisis, some 65% of direct city pair connections vanished in the first quarter of 2020. Slot-regulated airports serve almost half of all passengers and are the backbone of the global scheduled airline network.
101. Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation opens new European region office in Geneva, Switzerland
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation opens new European region office in Geneva, Switzerland.
102. How is Technology Shaping Airports?
Technology and Airports. After a reduction in airports IT budgets during 2008, spend rose to 3.6% in 2009. Strongest areas of growth were in Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa, with more cautious levels of investment in Europe and North America. The outlook for 2011 looks positive with 78% of airports expecting budgets to remain the same or increase.
103. IATA : 'Airlines can no longer pay for airport monopolistic inefficiency'
IATA : 'Airlines can no longer pay for airport monopolistic inefficiency'
104. Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies Partners Middle East Business Aviation Association
Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies Partners Middle East Business Aviation Association. In keeping with the vision of the Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS) to advance expertise and knowledge in the aviation industry, a memorandum of understanding with the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) has been signed by Mr. Mohammed Bulooki, GM of GCAS, and Mr. Ali Al Naqbi,

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