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    Million Air has signed a multi-year lease agreement for the construction and development of its third Candian...

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  • Business Aviation - In Brief

    News | 06 Jul 2011 09:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    Million Air has signed a multi-year lease agreement for the construction and development of its third Candian fixed-based operation - this time at Calgary International airporthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Business-Aviation-In-Brief-359186/
  • Airports

    News | 06 Nov 2001 00:00

    Hong Kong Airport Authority has unveiled a plan for developing the region's Chek Lap Kok airport, which envisages the main terminal handling 61 million passengers a year by 2020 compared with 33 million last year. A new satellite terminal will increase annual throughput to 87 million. The Egyptian Government has given approval for a development project at Cairo airport involving the construction of a new runway and the expansion of the main airport services building. The project was chosen in preference to a new airport west of the Egyptian capital. Consultants will be appointed to draw up initial plans for the expansion programme. Developments schemes are already under way at Sharm al-Shaikh and Luxor airports. Belgium's regional Flemish Government has chosen the Brussels International Airport Company, which operates Brussels Zaventem, to manage Ostend airport, while the management of Antwerp Deurne airport has been contracted to Ernst & Young Temporary Management. Airplan,http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airports-138508/
  • Air travel health - Spa-ing partner

    News | 27 Feb 2001 00:00

    <p>An enterprising flight attendant believes that a breath of fresh air will solve the problem of air rage</p> <p>Brian Dunn/MONTREAL </p> <p>Can a 15-min oxygen treatment prevent air rage? The operators of what may be the world's first airport oxygen spa believe that a dose of fresh air could be just what stressed passengers need before boarding a flight. </p> <p><img src='../Assets/GetAsset.aspx?ItemID=5203' /></p> <p>OraOxygen was developed by Suzanne Letourneau, an Air Canada flight attendant. Located at Calgary International Airport, Canada, OraOxygen aims to rejuvenate air travellers through oxygen treatments. The Calgary spa cost Letourneau more than C$500,000 ($326,000) to build. </p> <p>At Calgary, up to six customers can undergo oxygen treatments at a time. Low-flow, low doses of oxygen are administered to the nose through a small plastic tube, at the rate of about 2 litres/min, says licensed respiratory therapist Len Koch who has given Letourneau technical advice. Adminhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-travel-health-Spa-ing-partner-126602/
  • Rocky passage

    News | 25 Apr 1995 23:00

    <p>A second wave of airport privatisation is now well under way in Canada, involving Toronto's Pearson International Airport, Ottawa's Macdonald-Cartier International and Winnipeg International. </p> <p>Negotiations between the Canadian Department of Transport and the airports began earlier this year and, assuming that they go well, the Federal Government is expected to transfer control to the newly created Canadian Airport Authorities at each airport by 1 April, 1996. Four airport groups were privatised in 1992 under a similar policy, and such authorities now run airports at Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal (where two airports, Dorval and Mirabel, are managed by a single authority). </p> <p>Under the National Airports Policy unveiled in 1994, Canadian Transport Minister Douglas Young is encouraging all 26 of Canada's core airports to form authorities. </p> <p>The authorities represent community interests (business, labour and local government) and are accountable to the puhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rocky-passage-26874/