New York.- Lingering threats of terrorism, numerous instances of passengers carrying illegal items, and the recent Ebola crisis have buoyed the US airport screening technologies market, a new analysis from Frost & Sullivan, US Airport Screening Technologies.
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Dominican Republic.- The Dominican Civil Aviation Institute (IDAC) has started up the functioning of the Approximation Control Service of the new Air Traffic Control Center, located in the Norge Botello Aeronautics Complex, in the vicinity of Las Américas International Airport (AILA, Santo Domingo).
Tegucigalpa.- Honduras confirms that a new cruise port in Amapala, Isla del Tigre on the Pacific will be open in two years more. The news comes just a few days ahead of the opening of Trujillo, on the Caribbean side, which welcomed its first cruise ship -Norwegian Jewel- on Wednesday, ...
Dallas, Texas US.- The global market for smart airports is estimated at $9,718.07 million in 2014 and it is expected to reach $13,481.17 million by 2020, registering a CAGR of 5.61%, Travel Daily News report.
Port Au Prince.– The Haitian government signed an agreement with Carnival Cruise Lines to develop a 70 million-dollar project to build a tourism port on the island of Latortue (Turtle Island) in the Northern part of the Caribbean country.
New York.- According to the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), the number of passengers moving around the Caribbean space via air totalled 49,598,923 up to May 2014, a 6.6% increase when compared with 46,543,080 in 2013 for the corresponding period.