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Going green - energy savings

Sharing accountability for energy savings has led to Birmingham Airport saving over @450,000 on energy bills in the past two years, writes Matt Whitehead.

On the menu

Airport World highlights the latest retail/F&B-focused customer service initiatives introduced by Gebr Heinemann and Stansted and Helsinki airports.

Planning ahead

Skanska USA's MacAdam Glinn reflects on how the quest for greater efficiency, flexibility and a better customer experience is driving renovation projects at US airports.

China in their hands

With major new airports being built in Beijing, Qingdao and elsewhere and dozens of existing gateways adding new state-of-the-art facilities, these are exciting times for China, writes Joe Bates.

Putting people first

Airport International Group CEO, Kjeld Binger, talks to Joe Bates about the customer service philosphy of Amman's Queen Alia International Airport.

The job creation business

Aviation general manager, Miguel Southwell, tells Joe Bates about the economic importance of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and how is success is vital to the entire region.

Debate about collaborative planning brings SMART Airports Conference to a close

The inaugural SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in North America drew to a close this afternoon with final sessions on driving non-aeronautical revenue streams and a collaborative planning approach for SMART airports and competitive cities.

CNN panel takes centre stage at SMART Airports & Regions Conference

An aviation leaders panel chaired by CNN news anchor and chief business correspondent, Christine Romans, helped draw a bumper crowd of close to 500 delegates to the opening sessions of the SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta.

Atlanta ready for SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition

More than 500 delegates are expected to attend the SMART Airports & Regions Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta, which starts tomorrow.

 

Orlando International Airport gets its own trading card

Orlando International Airport has become the latest North American gateway to get its own trading card.