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Ryanair has confirmed that it will not install self-service kiosks at the Dublin Airport, following the failure of its application for an injunction to prevent the Dublin Airport Authority forcing Ryanair to sign a license agreement, or to agree to a floor space rental fee for such kiosks.
British Airways World Cargo has launched its third daily passenger service to Dubai, United Arab Emirates, as part of its winter schedule.
By Scott Reid The new five-year deal covers alterations, refurbishments and building work at BAA airports including Edinburgh BUILDING and maintenance services group Rok is set to work on a series of projects for airport operator BAA that could be worth GBP 130 million in total.
By Adeline Paul Raj; Presenna Nambiar AIRASIA X expects to start flying to London in March 2009, chief executive Azran Osman-Rani said. The long-haul budget airline hopes to fly to London's Stansted Airport but is also discussing with two other possible low-cost airports there.
Airline failures, the credit crunch and a dismal airport experience have caused a sharp fall in the number of fliers from the UK. Martin Hickman reports Air travel is declining for the first time in almost 20 years, The Independent on Sunday discloses today.
ECO campaigners reacted angrily yesterday to Government approval of huge expansion at Stansted Airport in Essex. Passenger numbers will go from 25 million to 35 million a year and flights from 241,000 to 264,000.
ENVIRONMENTAL campaigners have reacted angrily to the Government's decision to allow a massive expansion in capacity at one of the UK's largest airports.
By AIDAN McGURRAN NEW transport boss Geoff Hoon yesterday overruled objectors to wave through a huge expansion of Britain's third busiest airport. Stansted will handle an extra 10million passengers a year, despite fears from green campaigners that 23,000 more flights will cause huge pollution.
Environmental campaigners reacted angrily yesterday to the Government's decision to allow a massive expansion in capacity at one of the UK's largest airports.
By DAMIEN HENDERSON THE UK Government faced the wrath of environmental campaigners yesterday after it ruled out local authority objections to a massive expansion of Stansted Airport and dismissed fears of its noise and pollution impact on nearby residents.
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