Aviation Media Logo

Emergency terminal allows flights to resume to earthquake hit Ecuadorian city

Flights to the earthquake affected Ecuadorian city of Manta have resumed thanks to an emergency passenger terminal built by the operators of Quito’s Mariscal Sucre International Airport.

New advertising partners for Brisbane Airport and the MAG Group

It appears as if May is the month for signing new airport advertising deals with the Manchester Airport Group (MAG) in the UK and Brisbane Airport in Australia both announcing new contracts in the last 24 hours.

Nebraska airport to open world's first interactive art gallery

An interactive art gallery – reported to be the first of its kind in an airport – will open at Eppley Airfield in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday.

Vanderlande reveals a record order book and healthy profit

Vanderlande enjoyed a record breaking 2015 in which it took over €1.4 billion in orders – a rise of 40% on the previous year.

Free movies, music and TV shows on offer at Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport is trialling a free entertainment programme that will let passengers enjoy the latest movies, TV series, and popular music on their mobile devices while waiting for their flights to depart.

Image courtesy of Helsinki Airport.

ACI has issued a new White Paper that provides the clearest evidence yet about the positive impact good customer service has on non-aeronautical revenue generation at the world’s airports.

Raising revenues

Tax Free World Association (TFWA) president, Erik Juul-Mortensen, tells Airport World how airports can keep retail tills ringing in tough times.

Munich Airport's new satellite terminal opens for business on Tuesday

Munich Airport will celebrate a major milestone on Tuesday when its new satellite terminal opens for business.

LAX is key economic generator for city of Los Angeles – new report

A new economic report in Los Angeles has confirmed what we all knew already – that LAX is a massive generator of jobs and income for the city and entire region.

Singapore Changi trialling new computed tomography (CT) security screening technology

Singapore Changi is conducting trials of new 3D screening technologies that if successful could mean that passengers no longer have to remove laptops and other electronic devices from baggage at security checkpoints. 

Get the Airport World Newsletter!

Follow us on Twitter

5531 peoples are following airportworldmag