Emerging economies dominate the list of countries with plans for airport expansion, reflecting a shift in the global economy that risks leaving the UK behind, according to a new analysis of the sector.
Dubai Airports today released its year-end traffic report, which confirm that Dubai International has taken over the position as the number one airport for international passenger numbers from Heathrow.
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Gatwick Airport has conducted a strategic review of its terminal operations and has announced a plan to operate airlines out of single terminals in the future, as part of its bid to ease passenger journeys and simplify operations.
San Diego International Airport served a record 18.7 million passengers in 2014, the highest total since 2007, and also set new records for total passenger boarding and international travellers.
Nearly 16 million passengers travelled via Helsinki Airport last year which was an all-time high for the Finnish gateway.
Abu Dhabi Airports’ board of directors carried out a site visit to the Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) last week to review the progress made on the future gateway to the capital city.
Vancouver Airport Authority has announced the sale of 40 BorderXpress automated passport control (APC) kiosks to the city and county of San Francisco, for use at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
Miami International Airport set a new all-time record for passenger traffic in 2014 with 40.9 million travellers – an increase of nearly 400,000 over 2013.
Moscow–Sheremetyevo and Helsinki are the latest gateways to report handling record passenger numbers in 2014.