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Avison Young tapped to lease NorthPoint Development’s first industrial project in Florida
Tampa Airport Logistics Center, a ±297,254 SF master-planned industrial project, breaks ground in market with high demand for large blocks of space
Johnson says U.K. hasn’t given up on international trips by May
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought to reassure the public that summer holidays are still a possibility, a day after warning that the government may…
Vietnam aviation agency seeks to slowly resume international flights
Vietnam’s aviation authority proposed a gradual resumption in international passenger flight arrivals starting in July, the agency said in a post on its website.
JFI Medical LLC expands COVID-19 testing program to Indianapolis International Airport
JFI Medical has become the suppler of COVID-19 testing kits to the Indianapolis Airport Authority. The company is the first African American owned supplier of…
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Changes to Swissport executive team in APAC
After 23 very successful years, Glenn Rutherford, Swissport Executive Vice President for Asia-Pacific, has decided to depart the company at the end of 2021. Brad…
Retailers urge bipartisan approach to modernize US transportation infrastructure
The National Retail Federation today issued the following statement from Senior Vice President of Government Relations David French in response to a House committee hearing…
World’s biggest wealth surge heralds rise of India’s next Ambani
After spending two decades building a business empire centered around coal, Indian billionaire Gautam Adani is now looking beyond the fossil fuel to cement his…
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Swissport supports Aero K startup in South Korea
Starting April 1, 2021, Swissport will support Aero K, an airline startup from South Korea. The low-cost carrier has contracted ground services from Swissport at…
Johnson aims to announce global flights plan by April 5
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he aims to announce plans on the resumption of international flights by April 5, one week earlier than a…
NYC copter crash exposes deadly loophole for aerial sightseeing
The five people who signed up for a helicopter sightseeing flight above New York City three years ago might have expected that aviation regulators were…