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9. Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International launches Phase Two
Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International launches Phase Two. With the first phase of flight operations from Emirates Terminal 3 at Dubai International proceeding smoothly as planned, Emirates has now entered the second phase of the new terminals opening. After launching flights to countries on its GCC and Americas network in the first phase from the new terminal, the second phas
10. oneworld Airlines move to Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda
oneworld Airlines move to Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda. Finnair and other oneworld airlines flying to Stockholm - British Airways, Iberia and Malev - have moved to Terminal 5 at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport. The more modern, spacious terminal offers shorter distances and better services than the old Terminal 2. There is a joint ticket office and a number of self-service check-in
11. Virgin Nigeria moves operations to Gatwick's North Terminal
Virgin Nigeria moves operations to Gatwick's North Terminal. Virgin Nigeria has moved its Gatwick operation from the airports South Terminal to the North Terminal, Zone B. Virgin Nigeria commenced full operations from the North Terminal on 1 May 2007, a move which enables passengers connecting to and from Europe and North America to transit far more easily to their Virgin Nigeria
12. British Airways to Move Additional Flights into Heathrow Terminal 5
British Airways to Move Additional Flights into Heathrow Terminal 5. BAA and British Airways have confirmed that the first phase of the move of additional flights into Heathrow Terminal 5 will take place in June. Services to and from eight long-haul destinations will be switched from Terminal 4 to Terminal 5 on June 5. These flights include services to and from New York JFK. The ot
13. Construction of New Terminal @ Perth Airport to Commence this Month
Broad Construction Services (WA) will build the new $120 million terminal located adjacent to the International Terminal, which has been designed to meet the needs of air services for regional Western Australia, particularly the resource sector, as well as some interstate services. The new terminal will cater for up to 36 aircraft, and significantly improve the customer experience
14. Perth Airport Seeks Tenders for New Terminal Build
Perth Airport Seeks Tenders for New Terminal Build. Following an Expression of Interest selection process, five companies have been given the opportunity to tender for the contract to construct Perth Airports first new terminal in over 20 years. The new terminal will primarily service flights for the resource sectors fly-in fly-out market, as well as some interstate routes, and i
15. New Terminal at Perth Airport to Open 2 March 2013
Perth Airport has confirmed that the new $120 million Domestic Terminal (Terminal 2) will open on Saturday, 2 March 2013, less than 18 months from the time construction commenced in September 2011. Built by Broad Construction Services (WA), Terminal 2 took more than 250 personnel and 500,000 man hours to complete. It is the first new terminal to be built at Perth Airport for 26 yea
16. Emirates Terminal 3 in Dubai to Open 14 October 2008
Emirates Terminal 3 in Dubai to Open 14 October 2008. Designed with the capability to handle 43 million passengers a year when fully operational, Emirates Terminal 3 is scheduled to open on 14th October 2008. The terminal is being opened in phases and the first phase commencing 14th October will see flights arriving and departing to destinations in the GCC namely Doha, Muscat, Bahr

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