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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #30 on: April 21, 2015, 09:40:04 PM »
Aeroportul din Budapesta a inceput lucrarile la noul hangar pentru Wizz Air, care vor incepe operatiunile de mentenanta in septembrie anul viitor. Contractorul este Market Építő Zrt.
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #31 on: May 25, 2015, 04:58:25 PM »
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Ordu Giresun, primul aeroport din Europa pe o insula artificiala

Pe 22 mai, presedintele Turciei a inaugurat aeroportul Ordu Giresun (OGU / LTCB), primul din Europa construit pe o insula artificiala.

Situat la jumatatea distantei dintre orasele Ordu si Giresun, aeroportul este al 8-lea din lume construit pe o insula artificiala si al 52-lea aeroport din Turcia, tara care vrea sa aiba 60 de aeroporturi pana in 2023. Cu o capacitate de doua milioane pasageri / an, aeroportul are o pista lunga de 3 km si lata de 45 de metri, 35 de milioane de tone de pamant si piatra fiind necesare pentru constructia lui. Costul proiectului inceput in 1992 (lucrarile au debutat in 1994): 125 de milioane de euro. Momentan, Turkish Airlines este singurul operator care ofera zboruri comerciale.




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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #32 on: May 25, 2015, 08:06:09 PM »
Cateva corectii legate de articol. Nu doar Turkish are zboruri ci si AnadoluJet care leaga aeroportul de Ankara si de Istanbul-Sabiha Gökçen. Constructia a inceput in 1994 dupa ce proiectul a fost aprobat in 1992. Dupa scurt timp lucrarile au fost abandonate din motive economice, costuri prea mari si faptul ca nu era sustenabil economic. A reinceput constructia in 2011.

In articol se mentioneaza ca sunt 8 aeroporturi construite pe o insula artificiala. Asta nu am reusit sa aflu daca e adevarat sau nu, dar am rezerve.

Am evitat sa pun articolul din sursa asta pentru ca avea lacune.
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #33 on: May 25, 2015, 08:15:03 PM »
primul aeroport din Europa pe o insula artificiala? de cand "Giresun" e in Europa?
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #34 on: May 25, 2015, 08:42:59 PM »
Au copiat de pe Wikipedia dar nu complet si corect. :(

Mai dau si eu citate de pe site-ul lor dar incerc sa le citesc inainte.
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #35 on: May 26, 2015, 04:41:49 PM »
Am remarcat si eu greseala de continent, dar am postat articolul fiindca personal chiar nu stiam de existenta acestui proiect.

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #36 on: May 26, 2015, 04:43:29 PM »
Multumim! Nu e vina ta... ;)

Te asteptam si cu alte contributii pe aceasta arie.
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #37 on: June 08, 2015, 11:21:53 AM »
 Aeroportul din Malaga






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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #38 on: June 15, 2015, 01:18:19 PM »
Pentru ca am discutat aici despe aeroportul Funchal, aveti si experienta traita de catre un pilot cand face un approach si o aterizare pe acest aeroport.

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #39 on: July 23, 2015, 09:43:39 PM »

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #40 on: July 27, 2015, 04:47:11 PM »
Probleme si prin Malaysia, cu noul terminal din KUALA LUMPUR. 1 mld dolari investitia.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-26/kuala-lumpur-s-1-billion-air-terminal-is-sinking-airline-says

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #41 on: December 11, 2015, 09:17:57 AM »
Heathrow Airport runway decision delayed until summer

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A decision on whether to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport has been delayed until at least next summer, the government has confirmed. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said further research on the environmental impact was needed. A decision had previously been promised by the end of this year.

Business groups reacted with dismay at the news, with one group describing it as "gutless", but opponents welcomed the extra focus on the environment. "The case for aviation expansion is clear - but it's vitally important we get the decision right so that it will benefit generations to come," said Mr McLoughlin. "We will undertake more work on environmental impacts, including air quality, noise and carbon."

An independent report on airport expansion by Sir Howard Davies in July backed a plan to build a third runway at Heathrow.
But he said that the new runway should come with severe restrictions to reduce the environmental and noise effects, and did not completely rule out another runway at Gatwick or doubling an existing runway at Heathrow.

This latest development means these two other options are still on the table and opponents argue the delay weakens Heathrow's position.

Gatwick described the delay as a "defining moment" in the airport expansion debate.
"We are glad that the government recognises that more work on environmental impact needs to be done," said its chief executive Stewart Wingate. "Air quality, for example, is a public health priority and obviously the legal safeguards around it cannot be wished away," he added. And Heathrow Hub, the group behind the proposal for extending a runway at Heathrow, said the delay "seemed sensible". But Heathrow Airport said it had "full confidence" its plans could meet "tough environmental conditions" and would now "move into the delivery phase".

Plenty of business and union leaders will be frustrated at yet another delay to the airports' decision. But the government says it needs more time to pick a winner. Ministers want another six months to drill down into the impact any new runway will have on air quality and the people who'll live under the flight path. A cynic might point out it helps them out of a political hole. Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith said he would resign and force a by-election if they picked Heathrow. But he'll be tied up with the London mayoral election, which is to be held on 5 May 2016.
Still, ministers do need to get this decision legally watertight.

Campaigners around Heathrow have already told me they plan to take any expansion plans to court, and they think the impact of a bigger airport on local traffic pollution is their best chance of winning.

Business groups reacted with anger at the delay. They argue that a lack of space at airports is damaging the economy.
"Business leaders will be tearing their hair out at the news that, yet again, a decision on expanding the UK's airport capacity has been delayed," said Simon Walker from the Institute of Directors. "Of course this is difficult choice, which is the reason the government set up the Airports Commission to make a recommendation balancing economic needs, environmental concerns and the impact on local residents," he continued. "We have to ask now, what was the point of the Commission if the government still fails to act?"

Meanwhile the business lobby group, the CBI said the decision was "deeply disappointing" and the British Chambers of Commerce described it as "gutless".

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #42 on: December 15, 2015, 03:22:58 PM »
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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #43 on: December 16, 2015, 02:07:13 PM »
Dubai International passenger traffic tops 6.25m in Oct

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Passenger traffic at Dubai International rose 4.4 per cent in October, according to latest report issued by operator Dubai Airports.

Passenger numbers in October this year totalled 6.25 million compared to 5.98 million recorded in same month last year. Year-to-date traffic rose 11.2 per cent to 64.94 million compared to 58.41 million recorded during the same period last year.

"Traffic continues its steady climb as we approach the end of what will be another record year for both cargo and passenger numbers," said Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Dubai Airports.

Aircraft movements rose to 34,917 during October, up 6.5 per cent from the 32,798 recorded during the same month last year. Year-to-date aircraft movements were up 16 per cent to 337,316 compared to 290,779 recorded during the corresponding period in 2014 due to primarily to the impact of the 80-day runway upgrade programme conducted last year.

Passengers per aircraft movement in October came in at 188, while the year to date figure remained a high 202 - driven by the Emirates' fleet of wide-body aircraft.

"With traffic rising over four per cent to 6.2 million passengers for October 2015, Dubai International's growth is coming in thick and fast. Year-to-date traffic is already up a whopping 11 per cent, putting the airport on track to not only exceed 2014s record figures, but also consolidate and expand its lead as the world's busiest international airport," Saj Ahmad, chief analyst at London-based StrategicAero Research, told Khaleej Times.

"As ever, the relentless drive to expand by Emirates and flydubai, the two biggest incumbents at the airport, have led the way in pulling traffic into and through Dubai," he added.

Eastern Europe topped all markets in terms of percentage passenger growth, followed by North America, as a result of Emirates increasing capacity on several routes and launch of additional daily flights to both New York and Seattle, and Africa .

In terms of overall passenger traffic, the Indian sub-continent was the top market during the month, closely followed by Western Europe. India remained the top country for passenger numbers. UK, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and US rounded out the top five.

Air freight traffic was up 7.6 per cent for the month with volumes of 215,714 tonnes compared to 200,435 tonnes recorded during the same month last year. Year-to-date cargo traffic totalled 2,068,844 tonnes, up 3.1 per cent from the 2,006,884 tonnes shipped during the first ten months of last year.

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Re: Aeroporturi din lume
« Reply #44 on: February 02, 2016, 09:23:20 AM »
Dubai International Reeling in Atlanta, Beijing in Airport Ranks

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Dubai International Airport, previously the world’s sixth-busiest hub, narrowed the gap to the top two of Atlanta and Beijing last year after piling on 11 percent more passengers, spurred by the expansion of local carrier Emirates and its mammoth fleet of wide-body jets.



Dubai’s tally reached 78 million, a jump of 7.5 million, according to figures released Monday. While Atlanta Hartfield-Jackson, the main base for Delta Air Lines Inc., remains the busiest airport, its total of 101.5 million customers rose only 5.3 million. Beijing Capital airport added 3.8 million to reach 89.9 million.

Dubai International Airport, previously the world’s sixth-busiest hub, narrowed the gap to the top two of Atlanta and Beijing last year after piling on 11 percent more passengers, spurred by the expansion of local carrier Emirates and its mammoth fleet of wide-body jets.



Dubai’s tally reached 78 million, a jump of 7.5 million, according to figures released Monday. While Atlanta Hartfield-Jackson, the main base for Delta Air Lines Inc., remains the busiest airport, its total of 101.5 million customers rose only 5.3 million. Beijing Capital airport added 3.8 million to reach 89.9 million.

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