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Doug Kuelpman, president and CEO of ADK Consulting & Executive Search, considers some of the marketing challenges and opportunities faced by airports when it comes to attracting, recruiting and keeping top talent.

London Luton runway race raises £4,000 for charity

Running at the airport usually involves hot footing it to the gate to avoid missing your flight, but the mood was a little more relaxed at London Luton Airport today for the 200 runners taking part in its summer runway race.

Southampton reports significant reduction in carbon footprint

Southampton Airport in the UK has revealed that it reduced its carbon footprint by saving more than 970 tonnes of carbon dioxide in the past 12 months, which is equivalent to flying a plane 210 times around the world.

Collaboration and innovation key to meeting future demand for air travel – SITA

Air transport IT provider, SITA, is 70 years old and celebrated the milestone at its annual Innovation Forum in Belgium this week.

Plaza Premium Lounge earns Skytrax award for Heathrow lounge

Plaza Premium Lounge at London Heathrow Airport T2 has been voted the 'World’s Best Independent Airport Lounge' in the 2019 Skytrax World Airline Awards.

Sydney Airport honours Australian aviation pioneers on its 100th birthday

Sydney Airport has honoured Australian aviation pioneers Nigel Love and Charles Ulm by naming its two corporate buildings after them.

LAX stages its own fashion show in Tom Bradley International Terminal

The most exciting runway at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) yesterday was the one it created in its Tom Bradley International Terminal to stage a first-of-its-kind fashion show.

View from the top

ACI World director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the topics of training and recruitment.

International traffic soars at Moscow Sheremetyevo

Moscow Sheremetyevo is on target for another record breaking year aftter registering a 15.4% rise in passenger traffic in the first five months of 2019.

BLOG: Aviation fuelling in extreme weather conditions

The aviation industry is booming. The number of planes in the sky continues to climb (IATA, 2018), while almost all airports in the world with over 20 million passengers per year are either congested or will face capacity issues in the next 10 years.

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