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AIR passengers will be stepping into the future today when Edinburgh Airport opens its new multi-million-pound departure lounge.
EDINBURGH Airport's owner yesterday insisted it would press ahead with a £40 million extension – despite fears the company will be forced to sell it off.
EDINBURGH Airport is the unchallenged star of Scottish transport. It handles more than nine million passengers a year, a fourfold increase since privatisation in 1988.
SCOTLAND'S biggest transport project since devolution was approved by MSPs yesterday, clearing the way for the £610 million rail link to Edinburgh airport.
PLANS to build a rail link to Edinburgh Airport were set to get the final go-ahead today.
SCOTTISH Nationalists today demanded an investigation after it emerged more than £18 million of public cash has already been spent on plans for a rail link to Edinburgh Airport.
PLANS for a rail link to Edinburgh Airport moved a step closer today after MSPs revealed concerns over journey times, trains and funding have been dealt with.
THE head of Edinburgh Airport yesterday announced he was quitting after helping to attract millions of extra passengers.
THE head of Edinburgh Airport today announced he is quitting after helping to attract millions of extra passengers through its doors.
MORE than half of the officials objections to the Edinburgh Airport Rail Link scheme have now been withdrawn.
AN INDUSTRY body is disappointed at the Scottish Executive's decision to reject plans for a direct road link between the M8 and Edinburgh Airport.
A NEW extension to the terminal at Edinburgh Airport was officially opened today by First Minister Jack McConnell.
BRITISH Transport Police have removed their objection to plans to link Edinburgh Airport to the rail network.
MORE than 1,200 acres of green belt land would be lost under proposals announced yesterday to transform an economic hotspot on the edge of Edinburgh.
ENGINEERS from some of the world's biggest tunnelling projects have been signed up to design and build the new underground rail link to Edinburgh Airport.
CITY airport bosses are asking for what has been described as "a blank cheque" to cover the cost of any problems caused by tunnelling under the runway to build a new railway line.
THE Royal Mail and communications giant O2 have withdrawn their objections to the Edinburgh Airport Rail Link.
COUNCIL leader Ewan Aitken has admitted building a tunnel under Edinburgh Airport for a new rail link will be "tough" but insisted it can be done.