It’s been a varied week in the world of airports this week as you’ll see from our recap of the top stories:
- Hoax bomb threat in Manchester
- Singapore’s Project Jewel
- 78 year old caught smuggling cash
- India’s giant billboards blocking growth
Another week has flown by – pardon the pun – and with that we’ve got a full bag of interesting and entertaining airport news for you:
Well, well, we’re running late again and to make matters worse, we’re very time poor this week. Yes, we know, it’s an awful excuse but it’s true. Nevertheless, we did want you to know what’s been going on this week in the world of airports, so here’ a little list and some short comments from our Chief Editor Tom. It’s a new format, but hey, who said you wouldn’t embrace change, right?
That’s it for our quick update – you can always read our up-to-date news on our Twitter page. Safe travels!
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It’s been a terrible week for civil aviation with the shot down Malaysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam. Here’s our overview of all our topics:
We’ve had another week of airport news coming our way. This week there was one very dominant topic overshadowing everything else – the terror threats with the corresponding tightening of airport security across Europe, Africa and the Middle East that is. Here are all of our topics this week:
It’s been a rather quiet week this one, but nonetheless we summarize the week with the following three airport stories:
It’s been another mixed week for airport related news. We found everything from a self-made video at Las Vegas Airport to terror attacks at Pakistan’s main airport:
It’s been a rather uneventful airport week. And that’s probably a good thing as it means most airports would have run normally and travellers wouldn’t have had to endure lengthy delays. However, some stories about disruptions and disturbances have reached us regardless:
Wow, we’re a full day late. But thankfully it’s still “this” week in some parts of this world. Let’s then get on with it. Here’s what we found this week: