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World in motion

Sabrina Guerrieri reports on the decision to enhance ACI’s market leading Airport Service Quality (ASQ) programme to make it even better and more relevant.

ECONOMICS March 31, 2019

Going global

Going global

Joe Bates finds out more about the history, plans and future ambitions of a handful of global airport investors at different stages of their development and investment cycles.

Driving commercial revenues at Toronto Pearson

Toronto Pearson has appointed The Design Solution to carry out the commercial planning for the retail offerings across terminals 1 and 2 as well as the environmental design of the commercial areas of T3.

Flying into 2025 – exploring the future of drone threats

It’s no surprise to anyone working in aviation that the growing use of drones has caused an upsurge in near-miss reports and increased the risk of disrupting or even colliding with air traffic, writes Siete Hamminga.

King Khaled's Terminal 5 to get new hold baggage screening equipment

Egis has been awarded a contract by Riyadh Airports Company to provide it with design and project management consultancy services as it looks to replace the hold baggage screening (HBS) machines in Terminal 5 at King Khaled International Airport.

Construction work set to start on Detroit Metro runway

A $256 million project to reconstruct Runway 3L/21R at Detroit Metropolitan Airport’s (DTW) and its associated taxiways is to begin on April 1. 

London City Airport becomes Living Wage Accredited

London City Airport has been officially accredited as a Living Wage Employer and has committed to extend the London Living Wage to key suppliers and contractors by July 2019.

New Economics Report shows importance of non-aero revenues

ACI World today published its ACI Airport Economics Report for the calendar year 2017, which reveals a strong industry performance underpinned by continued growth in global trade and air service demand.

Airport firefighter – a job for boys and girls

Congratulations to Katie Wilgar and Dean McGlade (pictured above), who have become the latest permanent new additions to George Best Belfast City Airport's firefighting team.

New biometric trial to help change the way people travel?

Dublin Airport is taking part in a trial that will allow passengers to use the same biometric technology, processes and procedures to "seamlessly travel" between it and Bristol Airport in the UK.

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