Plvdiv Airport Bulgaria Plovdiv Airport 

Postponed concession contract of Plovdiv Airport for a month

The consortium chosen as a concessionaire plans millionaire works and consolidate the airport in Bulgaria as a cargo center. The Bulgarian Council of Ministers made the decision to postpone for one month the signing of the concession contract for Plovdiv Airport (PDV), which was left to a consortium between Hainan Group and Plovdiv Airport Invest, based in the Netherlands. The choice of the concessionaire was made last March and the contract was expected to be signed before June 15, but at the request of the Chinese investors that make up…

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Perth Airport Australia Perth Airport 

Perth Airport: The third runway could affect thousands of neighbors with noise

The opening of a third runway in the coming years will affect several suburbs of the Australian city. The Perth International Airport (PER), in Australia, plans the construction of a third runway and has generated controversy among the neighbors, who could be affected by noise. The suburbs located east and south-southeast of the airport are the most likely to suffer some type of noise coming from the aircraft. Among those most affected are Forrestfield, High Wycombe, South Guildford and Wattle Grove, which could register up to 200 extra noise events per…

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Dar es Salaam Airport Tanzania 

Tanzania will expand the Dar es Salaam Airport

The main airport of the African country will have a new terminal and greater capacity in 2019. Tanzania is preparing to improve the facilities of its main airport by 2019. An investment of 250 million euros will be disbursed at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), located in the city of Dar es Salaam, the most populated in the country. Plans include a new terminal, 24 new spaces for large aircraft parking, among other improvements. The works will end in June 2019 and will increase the annual passenger capacity from…

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Emirates aircraft Airbus A380, lwill operate 4 daily flights Spain-Dubai Brazil 

Brazil now has more airports suitable for the Airbus A380

A flexibility in the requirements allows large aircraft to operate in 15 airports in the country. The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC, by its acronym in Portuguese), which regulates air activity in Brazil, has approved a flexibilization in the specifications of the country’s airports. Thanks to this measure, large aircraft such as the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 747-8 will be able to operate in a greater number of Brazilian airports. The beneficiaries are category 4F aircraft, that is, whose wingspan ranges from 65 to 80 meters and whose external…

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