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Virgin Atlantic calls on UK government to reduce Immigration wait times

Virgin Atlantic has called on Border Force to take action as international visitors to the UK are being greeted by wait times of up to two and a half hours to clear immigration.

London calling

A new Arrivals Terminal is the key transformational element of the £600 million upgrade of London Stansted Airport, writes Pascall+Watson’s aviation director, Matthew Butters.

Mineta San José (SJC) commits to using facial recognition biometric technology

Mineta San José International Airport (SJC) today announced its partnership with US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in using facial recognition technology to process arriving international travellers. 

Enhancing security

Airport World takes a closer look at a handful of the latest security developments at gateways across the globe.

On the surface

Improving surface access is a commercial and environmental challenge facing airports across the globe, write ICF’s Angus Reid-Kay and Rob Rushmer.

Copenhagen to welcome its third new Chinese route this year

Copenhagen Airport will welcome its third new Chinese route this year when Sichuan Airlines launches direct fliights between Chengdu and Denmark's capital city on December 10.

Northern star

Mari Peltomäki tells us more about the ongoing development of Aviapolis, Helsinki’s very own airport city, which is being developed around Finland’s capital city gateway.

BLOG: What impact will China's Belt Road Initiative have on airport hospitality?

Airlines have traditionally served not just as a mode of transport, but also as a key platform for opening up regions for trade and economic development, writes Song Hoi-See.

Dublin Airport supports aviation exhibition at local museum

Dublin Airport has partnered with The Little Museum of Dublin to create the ‘Wings of Ireland: A People’s History of Irish Aviation’ exhibition.

CAI consortium awarded concession to operate Japan's Fukuoka Airport

Changi Airports International (CAI), the international investment arm of the Changi Airport Group (CAG), today confirmed that it will add Japan's Fukuoka Airport to its airport portfolio. 

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