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    Talking Point

    Three European airports frequented by low-cost carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air have been voted among the world’s worst by travellers.

    Bergamo Orio al Serio International Airport (BGY) which is 50km outside of Milan, Italy; Frankfurt Hahn International Airport (HHN) in Germany; and Paris’ Beauvais-Tille International Airport (BVA) were all named in the Guide to Sleeping in Airports annual top ten the world’s worst airports.

    For the last 18 years, the guide has polled its readers on what airports offer the best – and worst – in terms of conveniences, customer service, comfort and...

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    22/10/2014 - 14:31

    Latest News

    Canadian OEM Bombardier is to open a new line maintenance station at Côte d'Azur Airport in Nice...

    Boeing has started work to construct a new £1bn facility at its site in Everett, Washington...

    CommutAir, the US regional carrier, has extended its existing engine services contract with...

    South African low-cost carrier Mango is to add two additional 737-800NG aircraft to its fleet...

    Travel Blog

    08/10/2014 - 14:38
    Madrid: European MROs told to be prepared

    MRO Network's Juliet Trew reports from MRO Europe in Madrid on the warning to maintenance providers to make sure they are prepared for risks posed by threats such as the ebola outbreak, as well as from the challenges within our sector.
    The Eurozone has had a pretty tough few years following the economic downturn with debt crises, austerity measures and geopolitical unrest, all of which has impacted the commercial aviation sector. But better times are around the corner according to industry experts presenting at the opening session of MRO Europe in Madrid yesterday (October 7).

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