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33. BAA Reports April 2010 Traffic
BAA Reports April 2010 Traffic. BAA's passenger traffic in April 2010 was down 22.7% on the same month last year, due to the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud which closed UK airspace for several days. For the month as a whole BAA's UK airports handled a total of 6.9 million passengers.
34. Perth Airport Awards Contract for New Runway Design
As part of its redevelopment program, the Perth Airport Board has approved a A$45 million investment in pre-construction activities that includes environmental and other approvals, airspace design and public consultation, associated with the development of the new runway. As part of the first phase, a contract has been awarded to a joint venture between Aurecon and Aecom to design
35. Estonia Becomes 41st Member State of Eurocontrol
Estonia became Eurocontrols 41st Member State on 1 January 2015. With the accession of Estonia, Eurocontrol now covers all 28 European Union states. Even before becoming a member state, Estonia actively participated in the network and has contributed to improve Europes ATM performance. Over the last six years fifteen airspace design improvement packages have been implemented and
36. Hawaiian Airlines First to Fly with Inmarsat's SwiftBroadband Safety Service
Hawaiian Airlines has become the first commercial airline to fly with Inmarsat's SwiftBroadband Safety service on its Boeing 767-300 fleet. The SwiftBroadband-based service supports flight deck voice services and provides dedicated IP connectivity to the cockpit, enabling access to new applications, which can increase safe and efficient operations in oceanic airspace, such as Elect
37. OnAir Opens Wi-Fi Internet Service in Australia
OnAir has been granted authorization for its airline customers to provide Internet OnAir, the inflight Wi-Fi service, within Australian airspace. OnAirs customers currently operating WiFi services on flights to Australia, including Emirates, Qantas and Singapore Airlines, can now capitalise on this new authorization, meaning passengers can use Wi-Fi throughout the flight, includin
38. Airbus Commences In-Flight Trials of IoT Connected Cabin Technologies
Airbus has commenced in-flight trials of IoT connected cabin technologies on board an A350-900 Flight Lab aircraft. The Flight Lab is one of the original A350-900 certification flight-test aircraft MSN002 and is fitted with an Airspace cabin which now serves as a platform to evaluate the new connected cabin technologies in flight.
39. Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted
Volcanic Ash Returns to UK; More Flights Disrupted. Airports in the UK have been forced to close as the Volcanic Ash enters airspace used by some of Europe's busiest airports. As with the previous volcanic ash disruptions, travellers should contact their airline before travelling to the airport and ensure that the airline has all your latest contact details.
40. Perth Airport Welcomes Release of Capacity Study
Perth Airport has welcomed Airservices Australias release of a jointly funded study, undertaken by the United Kingdoms air navigation service provider, UK NATS. The study was completed in July 2012 to determine what measures could be put in place to enhance the existing airfield and airspace capacity at Perth Airport.

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