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Listed here are contact details and additional information on some 1,600 airports around the world.

In most cases the information includes full personnel contacts, airport location, traffic figures, airfield data, cargo and passenger facilities and a map.

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Mumbai cargo rises, revenue share to fall

Cargo revenue at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai's gateway, declined in the 2013-14 fiscal year, but it is set to climb in 2014-15, according to a government study.

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Cargo terminal to be built by Finnair at Helsinki

Finnair has approved the construction of a cargo terminal at Helsinki Airport, to be opened in early 2017, with special holding areas for pharmaceuticals and perishables.

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FAA approves drone testing

Online retailer  Amazon has been issued an experimental airworthiness certificate by the US government's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for research and development into unmanned aircraft, also known as drones.

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Fuel surcharges likely to return

IAG Cargo will not be removing the fuel surcharge from its services for freight originating from Hong Kong (China), but industry analysts see carriers having to bring the charge back anyway.

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Expanded UK hub must connect to regions

Airlines must secure sufficient slots at an expanded hub airport in the South East of the UK to maintain services at smaller airports, a UK parliamentary report has found.

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Kent council, UK parliament trade blows

Kent County Council (KCC) has heavily criticised the UK parliamentary Smaller Airports report that states that KCC failed to analyse a buyout of South East England's Manston Airport.

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: China, Africa e-commerce offers riches

E-commerce is coming to Africa and logistics networks from China to the emerging economies of the fragile continent are a focus for global general sale agent ECS.

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Punish the dangerous shippers

Governments need to take strong action against those who deliberately abuse dangerous goods shipping regulations, International Air Transport Association (IATA) cargo committee chairman, and Cathay Pacific director of cargo, James Woodrow says.

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$20,000 from IATA for CANtrack

CANTRACK, developed by CHEP Aerospace Solutions IT director, Floris Kleijn (see above far right), has been awarded $20,000 to further develop the product, for winning the first International Air Transport Association (IATA) air cargo innovation award.

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Aviation safer than before 9/11

Aviation is much safer than before the 11 September 2001 attack, but the media's reaction can force legislation to be over the top, says The International Air Cargo Association's (TIACA) secretary general, Doug Brittin (left to right, Doug Brittin and Enno Osinga).

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Is China the key to future growth?

China will be key to any future airfreight growth, but is also a danger to world trade according to analysts at the International Air Transport Asssociation's (IATA) ninth World Cargo Symposium, held last week in Shanghai (China).

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Airfreight must pay its way

Falling yields, oil prices, growing capacity, digital processes and e-commerce volumes, the picture painted of the air cargo industry at the International Air Transport Association's ninth World Cargo Symposium, held in Shanghai (China) last week, was one of mixed blessings. 

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: How many is the freighter question

There will be a market for freighters, but the question is how many because of the challenge of ever more fuel efficient bellyhold aircraft, according to a panel of airline executives.

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Bali trade agreement needs ratifying

The Bali trade facilitation agreement must be ratified to boost airfreight, industry leaders tell the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) ninth World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Shanghai (China) this week.

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IATA World Cargo Symposium: Chinese aviation calls for Cloud answer

Cloud computing and process improvement to reduce costs were called for by the presidents of China Eastern holding company and the Shanghai Airport Authority (SAA), at the opening of the International Air Transport Association's ninth World Cargo Symposium.

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Strong growth at Edmonton

Edmonton International Airport has reported its cargo village posted continued strong growth in 2014.

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Nippon, SAS, Cargolux escape cartel litigation

German railway firm Deutsche Bahn's (DB) logistics subsidiary Schenker has reached an out-of-court settlement with three airlines it had sued for a price-fixing cartel it says affected its airfreight business.

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2015 began to sour in January

Airfreight started slowly in January and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that 2015 is shaping up to be a tough year for the industry.

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Manston supporters give UK prime minister reliever airport proposal

The UK prime minister, David Cameron, has received a letter from RiverOak Investment, and the Save Manston Airport and Why Not Manston? campaigns setting out the case for Manston Airport to be reopened as a reliever airport.

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UK law makers foresee cargo drones

Drones carrying up to 150 kilogrammes of cargo and costing around £500,000 ($765,000) could be realised, a UK House of Lords' European Union (EU) Committee report says.

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