Proudly showing off not one but two certificates were Brussels Airport’s Betty van de Nobelen, Passenger Marketing Manager; Jan Van de Reyd, Airline Marketing Manager; Geert Van Dessel, Airline Marketing Manager; Christopher Bové, Marketing Coordinator; and Maarten Evenepoel, Airline Marketing Manager. Brussels Airport baked winning cakes for services to Washington Dulles and Vilnius.
Rafael Reyna, Director of Jerez Airport (secondo left), together with Maria Jesus Muñoz Ariño, Otilia Rodríguez Mayoral and José Antonio Ocón, celebrated the airport’s Cake of the Week win.
Leeds Bradford’s CFO, Sophie Brown, posed for a picture to mark the launch of complimentary Wi-Fi service for customers in the terminal.
Paul Cooper, Airport Negotiations Manager for Thomson and First Choice; and Dave Lees, Southampton Airport’s MD, announced the airline’s increased capacity at the airport for S14. Cooper explained the airline’s reasoning behind the move: “Adding additional capacity from Southampton and now giving locals the chance to experience our cruises demonstrates our commitment to the South of England and following the success of similar routes across a number of regional airports, we know that the demand is there and we know customers are keen to fly from their local airport.”
Torunn Vainio from Oslo became Ryanair’s six millionth passenger in Berlin Schoenefeld since the carrier launched its operations there ten years ago. Welcoming Torunn in Berlin were the airline’s Henrike Schmidt, Sales and Marketing Manager for Germany; and Simon Miller, Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s Senior Consultant Airline Marketing.
Germany’s leisure airline Condor and the well-known children’s author Janosch teamed-up to support the relief agency BILD hilft – “A Heart for Children” in a major fund-raising campaign. Tigerduck, Little Bear and Gunter Boxfrog, popular characters from books by Janosch, will now travel the world as part of Condor’s special livery to draw attention to the campaign. The airline will be also donating a percentage of its ticket sales and revenue from numerous special campaigns to the organisation.
40 workers and partners from London City Airport, led by the airport’s CEO Declan Collier, have completed a 166-mile bike ride challenge from LCY to Amsterdam. The team included employees from all areas of the business, from operations and administration to managers and directors.
The two-day ride took place over 12 and 13 July, raising £25,000 for the airport’s charity – Richard House Children’s Hospice in East London, which provides care for children and young people suffering from life-limiting illnesses.
Cyclists raised funds through family, friends and corporate partners including Aelia Duty Free and British Airways.
If you would like to donate and support the cause, please visit: www.virginmoneygiving.com/team/LCYBikechallenge