Platov Airport Platov International Airport Russia 

The Platov International Airport began to operate

The new Russian airport received the first flights on the 18th and from December 1 the regular services begin. Located in south-western Russia, the new Platov International Airport (ROV) was built to serve the city of Rostov-on-Don and replace the current Rostov-on-Don International Airport (RIV). The airport received its first flights on Saturday, November 18. A Sukhoi Superjet 100 of Azimuth arrived from the Rostov on Don Airport with one hundred honorable guests such as the Russian Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov, the Governor of the Rostov Region Vasily Golubev, the Chairman…

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Dubai Taxi Drone Drones United Arab Emirates 

Dubai began to experiment with taxi drones

The city aims to be the first in the world to have flying taxi services. Last week, the city of Dubai in conjunction with the drones German company Volocopter began tests with the new taxis-drone flights. It is a small aircraft operated with remote control, for two passengers, a ring of 18 propellers and ability to fly for 30 minutes. The aircraft also have spare batteries, rotors and parachute in case of emergency. In the first experimental flight, taxi drone carried out flights circled over the coast of Dubai at a height of 200…

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Airports Panama Panama Tocumen Intl. Airport 

Panama Airport Terminal 2 would begin to operate in October 2018

The construction of the new terminal in Tocumen, Panama, has an advance of 75%. The Panama Tocumen International Airport (PTY) is the main of the Central American country. It’s one of the most important in Latin America and is the basis of the airline Copa Airlines. During the year 2015, 13.434.673 passengers passed through it taking it to the almost capacity limit, reason why it began the construction of Terminal 2. The construction of the new terminal will allow to accompany the growth of airport and the country that already are having…

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Lima Airport project Lima International Airport Peru 

Airport of Lima, Peru, will expand its capacity

It will build a new runway and another terminal that will receive 30 million passengers to 2030. The company Lima Airport Partners (LAP) that it has the concession of operations of Lima Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM), projected the construction of large works which consist of a new terminal and a new runway parallel to the current. Lima Airport is the main airport in Perú, in 2016 moved 19.326.781 passengers and 35 airlines are currently operating. The expansion works will allow an increase in capacity which will allow to receive not less…

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