Sydney Airport serves up new dining venues • Iconic Australian food brand Betty’s Burgers makes its Australian airport debut at T1 International • Joined by crowd favourites Oporto and Mad Mex, new food brands heralds shake up to Sydney Airport’s casual dining portfolio • New, contemporary food options deliver greater value for customers Sydney Airport has today opened Betty’s Burgers at the T1 International terminal casual dining precinct in an Australian airport first. This is the first-time customers will be able to enjoy the iconic burger brand in an airport setting, with Betty’s Burgers showcasing an extensive menu of their classic burgers, sides and drinks. Betty’s Burgers is joined by Oporto - the home of the Bondi Burger...
Over 465,000 passengers travel through Malta International Airport in first month of 2024 Malta International Airport welcomed 465,482 passengers in the first month of 2024, exceeding the 400,000-passenger mark in January for the first time since 2020. Passenger movements through Malta International Airport registered an upswing of 22.7 per cent over 2023, with traffic peaking on January 6th. The day brought the hectic holiday travel season to a close, as 151 flights carried 23,923 passengers to and from Malta International Airport. Aircraft movements totalled 3,511 in January, corresponding to a 23.4 per cent growth when compared with the same month in 2023. While seat capacity increased by 27.4 per cent over the reference year...
New Dublin Airport Deal To Provide 35 Million Bus Seats For Passengers Passengers at Dublin Airport will have more bus options available to them than ever before after new permits were issued to allow bus operators to pick up and drop off outside the airport’s two terminals. Following a successful tender process for the allocation of bus stops at Dublin Airport, daa has secured commitments from operators that they will deliver a seat for every passenger from 2024 onwards, with more than 35 million bus seats expected to be available by 2025. Operators have also committed to increase capacity further in subsequent years if demand requires. The improvements will kick in from March this year, with more than 1,000 buses per day set to...
daa Unveils 20-Point Plan To Accelerate Environmental Sustainability Ambitions At Dublin And Cork Airports DAA, the operator of Dublin and Cork airports, has today unveiled details of 20 environmental sustainability initiatives being rolled out at Dublin and Cork Airports, which will accelerate both airports’ climate and sustainability related ambitions, including achieving net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest. The projects are also matched by a planned investment of more than €400 million as part of the company’s recent Infrastructure Application to Fingal County Council, that will make operations at Dublin Airport amongst the most environmentally friendly of any peer airport in Europe. daa is committed to ensuring sustainable...
Fraport Traffic Figures 2023: Passenger Demand Continues Recovery at Frankfurt Airport Some 59.4 million passengers traveling via FRA in 2023 – Increase of 21.3 percent year-on-year – Traffic boosted by holiday travel Frankfurt Airport (FRA) recorded a significant recovery in passenger demand across 2023. In total, some 59.4 million passengers traveled via Germany’s largest aviation hub in 2023 – representing a 21.3 percent increase compared to 2022. However, passenger numbers for 2023 remained 15.9 percent below the pre-crisis 2019 level. 1 Fraport CEO, Dr. Stefan Schulte, commented: “2023 was yet another challenging year for the aviation industry, particularly in Europe. In addition to the ongoing war in Ukraine, airspace...
Turkish Airlines, the airline flying to more countries than any other, is now incorporating Melbourne, Australia, into its flight network To date, the flag carrier, which has reached 129 countries and 345 destinations across 5 continents, is preparing to connect its passengers to the 6th continent with the start of flights to Australia. Turkish Airlines, which consistently expands its unique flight network as one of the most significant cornerstones of its growth strategy, is strengthening this performance by adding Australia, a destination of considerable interest and long on its agenda, to its flight network. The flag carrier, which will schedule 3 flights a week to Melbourne, its 346th destination in 130 countries starting from 15...
Almost 32 Million Through Dublin Airport’s Terminals In 2023 A total of 31.908 million passengers passed through the terminals of Dublin Airport in 2023, in compliance with the 32 million terminals cap, according to new figures released today by daa, the operator of both airports. The hard-working team at Dublin Airport ensured a consistently smooth experience for passengers throughout 2023, with 97% of passengers passing through security screening in less than 20 minutes – bettering daa’s own stated target of 90% through in under 20 minutes. The busiest day of the year at Dublin Airport, and indeed in the history of the airport, was Sunday, July 30 when 121,000 passengers travelled through the airport. In total, there were 241,595...
Sydney Airport Traffic Performance December 2023 Sydney Airport has closed out 2023 with its strongest monthly passenger traffic since 2019, with a total of 3.58 million passengers passing through the terminals in December 2023. This represents a 15.8% increase on passenger traffic in December last year and a 90.6% recovery compared to December 2019. Sydney Airport’s T1 international terminal saw 1.50 million passengers pass through in December, a 29.4% increase on the same month last year and a 93.3% recovery rate on December 2019. Domestic and regional passenger traffic was up 7.6% on the same month last year, with 2.08 million passengers coming through the T2 and T3 domestic terminals. The strong passenger volumes for December...
New airline record as Asiana connects Melbourne Airport with Seoul Photo: @andyc941 2023 ended on a high with a record number of international airlines now flying to Melbourne Airport Last night South Korea’s Asiana Airlines started seasonal services to Seoul, making it the 38th international carrier to serve Melbourne Airport. The airline is operating two direct flights a week between Melbourne Airport and the South Korean capital using a state-of-the-art Airbus A350 aircraft, fitted with 311 seats in a three-class configuration. With a population of more than nine million people, Seoul is a global economic hub and the gateway to one of the world’s manufacturing powerhouses as well as being the home of K-Pop. Flights will...
The Shannon Airport Group welcomes over €7.1 million in Government funding for Shannon Airport Thursday 28th December 2023: The Shannon Airport Group has welcomed today’s announcement by the Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Jack Chambers TD., of €7.1 million in funding for Shannon Airport under the Regional Airports Programme. Commenting on the funding allocation, Mary Considine, CEO of The Shannon Airport Group said: “We warmly welcome Minister Chamber’s announcement of €7.1 million Government funding under the Regional Airports Programme. It demonstrates the Government's commitment to supporting the region’s connectivity and the broader economic benefits this brings to the region. This funding supported some of the...

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