Airport Security


EASA Publishes its First Formal Opinion on Safe Drone Ops in Europe

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the first formal Opinion on safe operations for small drones in Europe.  EASA says it is an … More ››

Vilnius Airport to Start Terminal Modernisation

After completing its runway reconstruction last summer, this year Vilnius Airport is about to start the reconstruction of its passenger terminal. The airport says the … More ››

Birmingham Airport Invests in Passenger Experience

  Birmingham Airport has started a multi-million-pound programme of development works to improve the passenger journey through the airport terminal. The works include redeveloping the … More ››

Commercial Flights to Resume Between Egypt and Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has authorised commercial flights between Egypt and Russia to resume following a two-year suspension that followed the loss of Metrojet Flight … More ››

Cathay Pacific Crew ‘saw North Korean Missile’

Cathay Pacific has confirmed that the crew on board one of its aircraft reported a suspected sighting of last week’s North Korean missile test. The … More ››

Gatwick Hosts Accessibility Day

Gatwick Airport says staff from across the airport came together on Sunday November 5 for an event designed to give over 30 local families with … More ››

New US Airport Security Measures in Place

The US authorities have introduced new security measures which are designed to reduce the threat of hidden explosives. Starting on October 26, they include extra … More ››

inter airport Europe 2017: Online vote for the Innovation Awards now open

inter airport Europe 2017, the International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design and Services will be held from October 10-13, 2017 at the Munich Trade … More ››

Nadeem Muhammad Guilty of Ryanair Pipe Bomb Attempt

A 43-year old man has been found guilty of possessing explosives with intent to endanger life or property. Prosecutors at Manchester Crown Court, UK, said … More ››

Border Checks Lead to European Passengers Experiencing Huge Delays

Thousands of flights have been delayed because EU border controls are significantly understaffed to comply with tightened immigration checks. Many passengers have missed their flights … More ››