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Sky high opportunities on the menu for food retailers at Sydney Airport

Domestic passengers at Sydney Airport will enjoy a brand new food and beverage experience, with expressions of interest for the T2 dining precinct invited from potential retailers for the first time in more than five years.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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Sydney Airport to transform airport advertising with APN Outdoor

Sydney Airport has signed a new five-and-a-half-year agreement with APN Outdoor for advertising rights at the T1 international terminal, T2 domestic terminal and airport exterior signage. 22 more words

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Jet Airways unveils JetInstant on Twitter

Jet Airways, India’s premier international airline, today unveiled #JetInstant, a first of its kind online feature that enables guests to access information on fares and flight status in real-time through Twitter. 47 more words

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Destination Slovenia at ITB Berlin 2015

This small EU country nestled between the Alps and the Adriatic coast boasts a gigantic range of natural and cultural attractions. Slovenia is somewhat of a travel secret waiting to be discovered by visitors from around the globe. 33 more words

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Dubai Airport – DXB starts 2015 in top gear

Dubai International has begun the new year with another record monthly traffic by welcoming more than 6.8 million passengers in January. According to the traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today, passenger traffic rose 7.7 per cent to 6,895,668 in January 2015, up from 6,400,706 in the same month in 2014.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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German Federal Police launches EasyPASS: Speedier border controls at Tegel Airport

The German Federal Police began operating four “eGates” this morning in Terminal C at Berlin Tegel Airport. Travellers entering Germany therefore now have the option to use the EasyPASS automatic border control system to pass border controls more simply and quickly. 14 more words

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Concerning yesterday’s article in Bild am Sonntag

The allegations published in Bild am Sonntag of 1 March 2015 that one company involved in the BER project received an excess payment of 40 million euros are false and unfounded.

Source: Travelandtourworld.

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