Upgrades to Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport are continuing, as the airport already has more check-in desks and self-service kiosks, a new Marhaba Lounge and a business center. Changes should be finished in 2014, which will enable the terminal to process more than 10 million passengers annually.
IFP extended its multiyear deal with Alitalia to provide in-flight entertainment services. The content provider will offer audio and video content, as well as local and international films on demand for the airline. Read more here.
By September, Halim Perdanakusuma Airport in Indonesia will accept commercial flights and accommodate up to 6,000 passengers per day. The move comes as a way to alleviate traffic at Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. Currently, Halim Perdanakusuma Airport is used for chartered and military flights.
Another Heineken Lounge has opened at Dubai International Airport in Concourse A of Terminal 3. The launch marks the second Heineken Lounge opening in the Middle East; the other lounge opened last year in Concourse B in the same terminal.