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Computer glitches at the country's main air traffic control centre have left hundreds of passengers stranded at some of the UK's major airports Thousands of passengers were left stranded on Saturday morning after hundreds of
Airports Council International (ACI)/Airline Business- Airport IT Trends Survey, the world's airports are increasing their investment in information technology (IT) to approximately $6 billion in 2013. Despite economic challenges in some regions, the
Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only institutionally-endorsed, carbon management certification standard for airports. The programme independently assesses and recognises the efforts of airports to manage and reduce their carbon emissions with
The electricity employees lightening strike badly affecting power supply in Seemandhra region for the successive fourth day. As a result many trains were suspended. More than 30 trains were suspended yesterday. Airports, ATMs, water supply
FBI, Mossad join Kenya airport inferno probe The US's Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and the Israel Intelligence Service (Mossad) joined investigators in Nairobi, Kenya, to help establish the cause of the deadly airport inferno, reported
The accident happened yesterday on the outskirts of the airport outside of Alabama, Birmingham in the U.S. that the two crew members were killed. Pictures from the scene showed a UPS cargo plane had broken in half and caught
On 9/8, airport workers and security officials said a military plane carrying ammunition Ethiopia has crashed and caught fire while landing at Mogadishu international airport, killing at least one non-member crew were killed, some
Kenya International passenger flights were slowly resuming from Nairobi's main international airport, officials said Thursday, one day after a devastating fire ripped through its main arrivals hall, temporarily disabling East Africa's busiest airport.
In the early hours of 7 August 2013, the Kenya Red Cross Society received a Twitter alert with news of a fire at the country's largest airport, situated in the capital, Nairobi. The Kenya Red Cross Society was the first to break the news on Twitter,
Wednesday's inferno could have been avoided with prompt response, according to aviation experts. International standards require that airports respond to fires in less than three minutes. Captain Ahmed Taib, an aviation safety and security specialist.