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    EKAH 19APR2012 … and a few words about the airport, including its history, at my blog BRGDS TK
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    Stockholm is the capital city of Sweden and the most populous city in Scandinavia that is a part of one of the fastests growing regions in Europe with four airports that serve passengers trevelling to/from Stockholm region: International and domestic: Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport...
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    Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is one of the busiest airports in France located just west of the city centre of Nice and it primarily serves the French Riviera and eastern Provence. Despite being small in size it can handle alot of people and is connected to a list of destinations; both in Europe...
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    Manchester Airports Group says Feb traffic up 6.14 pct 09 March 2005 LONDON (AFX) - Manchester Airports Group (MAG), the UK's second largest airport operator after BAA PLC, said its four airports handled 1.7 mln passengers in February, an underlying increase of 6.14 pct when the fact that 2004...
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    Birmingham is an important city in Great Britain and one of the biggest and has the 7th largest airport in the country due to its proximity to that big city called "London" which has 4 of them 7 airports. The other 2 being Manchester and Edinburgh in Scotland. However BHX as we like to call it...
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    I couldn't find an existing thread. Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport just got a brand new terminal. In my humble opinion, it's one of the best in Ukraine. ... http://stadion.lviv.ua/ua/International_Airport_Lviv_new_terminal_opened_photos_12_04_2012
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    Hi all! Let's start a new thread about Budapest Airport in Hungary. Official website: http://www.bud.hu/english Statistics for 2011 (year-on-year growth compared to 2010): Passengers: 8,920,653 (+8.9%) Aircraft movements: 109,949 (+4,3%) Cargo volume...
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    Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (Serbian: Аеродром Београд - Никола Тесла, Aerodrom Beograd - Nikola Tesla) (IATA: BEG, ICAO: LYBE) is Serbia's busiest airport, also known as Surčin (Сурчин), after a nearby Belgrade suburb.[1] Named after Nikola Tesla, the airport is situated 12 km (7.5 mi)...
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    Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is the primary airport serving the metropolitan area of Rome, Italy. It was established in January 1961.
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    A thread dedicated solely to the two airports of Istanbul. In the near future when the third airport is ready, then this page will be dedicated to the three airports of Istanbul.
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    New Terminal at Pulkovo In 2006 government of Saint Petersburg approved the general plan of Pulkovo airport development till 2025 year. Realization of the project began on February, 2007 with announcement of the international contest for development of the architectural decision for new...
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    I haven't noticed a Polish airport thread in this area so i thought i may aswell start one! :banana: Could everyone and anyone list: - All the current airports in Poland - Any new ones that are currently being built or reconstructed - New terminals at existing airports - Airports proposed for...
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    Milan is served by 3 International airports, Malpensa,Linate e Orio al Serio Milan-Malpensa International Airport It's Milan's largest airport.It is located 40 Km ca. from centre of city. It is one of 3 airports in the Milan metropolitan area The Airport is connected to Milan by the...
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    I didn't see any thread about the International Airport in Kyiv, so I decided to start one. The airport currently has 3 terminals: Terminal A- For flights only around Ukraine, Terminal B- International flights and Terminal C- Flights for vehicles. As you know that Poland and Ukraine are hosting...
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    In September 2006, work was started on expanding Schoenefeld Airport into the new Capital Airport Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI). As of 2011, all air traffic for the Berlin-Brandenburg region will be concentrated at the airport in the south-east of the city. In the first step, Tempelhof...
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    A German court has given the green light for the construction of a fourth runway and a third terminal at Frankfurt Airport. The runway was given approval in 2007 but the start of construction had been delayed by law suits from environmental groups and residents of local towns affected by the...
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    Riga International Airport is the main airport of Riga and the largest airport in the Baltic states with over 5 million annual passengers. The airport serves as one of the key infrastructure objects in Latvia and is seeing continuous investments in order to strengthen its position within the...
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    UK flights soar 4.9 pct to record high in 2004 LONDON, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Flights in Britain rose 4.9 percent to record levels in 2004 as low-cost airlines expanded and more people flew on cheap fares, UK air traffic control said Friday. The National Air Traffic Services (NATS) said it...
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    Roissy-CDG : A Bird’s Eye View of the Air France Hub in 2007-2012. http://corporate.airfrance.com/en/media-library/videos-list/videos-detail/index.html?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=1495&tx_ttnews%5BbackPid%5D=131&cHash=f8e1495c6c
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