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US airports to screen for fever after Ebola death

The US government has ordered five airports to start screening passengers from West Africa for fever following the death of the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the country. Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan died in an isolation

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US airports to screen for fever after Ebola death

The US government has ordered five airports to start screening passengers from West Africa for fever following the death of the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the country. Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan died in an isolation

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Heathrow eyes $1.6bn British airports' sale deal

Heathrow Airport Holdings (HAH) is set to sell three British airports for £1 billion ($1.6 billion) to a group including Spanish infrastructure firm Ferrovial, Singapore sovereign fund GIC and Australian bank Macquarie, according to Sky Ne

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Air traffic management 'key to handle capacity'

Infrastructure investment alone will not solve Middle Eastern air traffic capacity issues, a report said, adding that air traffic management (ATM) advancements will offer better handling of increased capacity of airports. Through

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US to beef up security at EMEA airports

The United States said on Wednesday it would increase security at overseas airports with nonstop flights to the country, and US officials cited concerns al Qaeda operatives in Syria and Yemen were developing bombs that could be smuggled onto pla

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Special counters for expats in Saudi airports likely

Saudi Arabia plans to open special counters for expatriates at airports to speed up entry procedures, a senior Passport Department official said. The move is part of the department's expansion plans, Col Mohammed Al-Hussain, s

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Iraq plans $50bn investment in aviation

Iraqi government is planning to invest $50 billion into the country's aviation sector to boost its infrastructure mainly in construction of new terminals, ATC / ATM, safety & security, IT support, maintenance, operations and all the segm

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'Smart' moves by airlines, airports growing

More than half of passengers would use their mobiles for flight status, baggage status and airport directions and by 2016 the majority of airlines and airports will offer these services, according to a study. In total, 100 per cen

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Yemen reopens airports after closure over strike

Yemen has reopened its international airports after a brief closure on Monday due to a strike by workers at the civil aviation authority, the transport minister told state news agency Saba. Airports were closed earlier in the day

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Luxury brands step up battle for travelling shoppers

Luxury brands are stepping up the battle for travelling shoppers with more outlets at airports and on cruise ships, tapping into one of the fastest growing sections of the market that looks set to keep booming thanks to soaring numbers of Asian

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