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Reduced Operations at AICM: What Does it Mean for Air Travel in Mexico?

    Flights to Mexico City International Airport (AICM) are about to get more complicated. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) disapproved of the Mexican Government’s decision to reduce flight operations at Mexico City International. The Government reduced the capacity to 43 flight operations per hour. The Airline Association urges the authorities to rethink this decision. IATA says this move will negatively affect passengers, air operations, tourism, connectivity, and Mexico’s competitiveness.

    Jewel Changi Airport’s Vibrant Floral Festival

      September promises a vibrant treat for visitors to Jewel Changi Airport (Jewel). Dive into the floral tapestry of Singapore through ten remarkable floral displays. Each symbolizes a different facet of the Singaporean story.

      NATS Apologizes for UK Air Traffic Disruption

        A glitch in the UK’s privatized National Air Traffic Services (NATS ) caused massive disruption to Monday flights, impacting many bank holiday travelers. The glitch could not have come at a worse time, and while it has been resolved, the aftereffects continue.

        Fall for Gateau: Artisanal Bakery Comes to Arlanda Marketplace

          This autumn, Stockholm Arlanda Airport several new food and shopping establishments will open during the first phase of the Terminal 5 Marketplace. Among these exciting additions is Gateau, a charming bakery combining Swedish tradition with a French flair. Passengers can indulge in premium-quality pastries and enjoy a delightful cup of coffee, truly experiencing the essence of Swedish “fika.”