There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    11-04-2024

    DRC: Westminster Group finalizes contract to manage the country's 5 main airports

    Westminster Group announced on Thursday, April 11, 2024, the successful finalization of a long-term security services contract spanning over 10 years, encompassing five airports in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) –four international airports and one dome

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    11-04-2024

    Egypt Approves Land Allocation for Ras al-Hikma International Airport

    With a current population of around 10,000 residents, Ras el-Hekma, located on the northwest coast of Egypt about 350 kilometers northwest of Cairo, is poised to become one of Egypt's key tourist hubs in the near future. Backed by Emirati investments, the government is spearheading the development of a new urban center in this area, complete with admini

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    08-04-2024

    Green Success: Antananarivo and Nosy Be International Airports in Madagascar Attain Level 2 Airport Carbon Accreditation

    Ravinala Airports Madagascar has announced its achievement of Level 2 accreditation, "The Reduction," under the prestigious Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program for both the Antananarivo and Nosy Be airports.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    06-04-2024

    Libya Inks Deal with Terminal Yapı and ERG International to Revamp Tripoli International Airport

    Following the turmoil that followed the assassination of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, the Tripoli International Airport endured severe bombardment, resulting in the destruction of its infrastructure and eventual shutdown. Consequently, the Libyan capital has relied on the military airbase of

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    04-04-2024

    Senegal: Cap Skirring International Airport Obtains Certification  

    On December 3, 2021, Cap Skirring International Airport resumed air traffic after two years of closure due to renovation. In a bid to establish Senegal as an aviation hub in West Africa, the government decided to certify the airport to ensure compliance with international standards.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    01-04-2024

    2AS Handling Transitions to Full Senegalese Ownership as Turkey’s Limak and Summa Divest Shares

    In a significant development for the aviation industry in Senegal, the 2AS handling company at Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar has transitioned to being entirely Senegalese-owned following the withdrawal of Turkish companie

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    01-04-2024

    Kinshasa-N'Djili Airport Makeover: Turkey's Milvest Granted Green Light to Begin Construction

    In May 2023, the Democratic Republic of Congo granted approval for the commencement of renovation works at Kinshasa-N'Djili International Airport to Milvest, three years after a dispute with the former project contractor, the Chinese group WIETC. Since then, the two new partners have been ironing out the final details before the restart of t

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    25-03-2024

    Guinea: Conakry Int’l Airport's Phase 1 Modernization On Track for August 2024 Completion  

    The phase 1 of the modernization project at Conakry's Ahmed Sékou Touré International Airport (AIAST) kicked off on October 10, 2020, with the laying of the foundation stone by former Guinean President, Professor Alpha Condé. Despite several temporary delays, the €120 million construction project finally took shape in April 2023.

    There May Be No Consoles in the Future, EA Exec Says
    Aéroport
    18-03-2024

    Senegal Secures €300 million in Funding to Expand Blaise Diagne International Airport

    Senegal has successfully secured €300 million (approximately $326.2 million) in funding for the expansion of the Blaise Diagne International Airport (AIBD). These funds will be allocated towards increasing the airport's annual passenger capacity by 40% and constructing a dedicated cargo terminal, with the overarching goal of positioning the airport as a premier a

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      Egypt Approves Land Allocation for Ras al-Hikma International Airport

      08-04-2024

      Green Success: Antananarivo and Nosy Be International Airports in Madagascar Attain Level 2 Airport Carbon Accreditation

      06-04-2024

      Libya Inks Deal with Terminal Yapı and ERG International to Revamp Tripoli International Airport

      04-04-2024

      Senegal: Cap Skirring International Airport Obtains Certification  

      01-04-2024

      2AS Handling Transitions to Full Senegalese Ownership as Turkey’s Limak and Summa Divest Shares

      01-04-2024

      Kinshasa-N'Djili Airport Makeover: Turkey's Milvest Granted Green Light to Begin Construction

      25-03-2024

      Guinea: Conakry Int’l Airport's Phase 1 Modernization On Track for August 2024 Completion  

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      Gabon: Portuguese Firm Quadrante Unveils Plans for New Libreville International Airport Terminal  

      18-03-2024

      Senegal Secures €300 million in Funding to Expand Blaise Diagne International Airport

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