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How time flies when...

Some of the world’s best known and most influential airport leaders provide their thoughts on how their gateways have fared over the last 20 years and contemplate what might be next in store for the aviation industry.

CEO, Neil Pakey, to leave Shannon Airport next year

The operator of Shannon Airport today confirmed that its CEO, Neil Pakey, is to leave the company on the conclusion of his three-year contract next year.

Planes, trains and pet hotels

Joe Bates looks back at the first 20 years of Airport World and picks out some personal highlights in terms of key dates for ACI and unique or unsual stories.

ARI and Lagardère win major duty free contract for Abu Dhabi's new Midfield Terminal

ARI has been chosen to provide the perfume, cosmetics, skincare, sunglasses and fashion jewellery categories at Abu Dhabi International Airport's new Midfield Terminal.

Brisbane Airport appoints its own 'artist-in-residence'

Robert Brownhall, one of Australia's most renowned realist painters, has been chosen by Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) as its first ‘Artist-in-Residence’.

Port of Seattle appoints design team for new Arrivals facility at Sea-Tac

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) and Clark Construction Group have been selected to lead the design-build team for the new International Arrivals Facility at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 

Double reason to celebrate at New York-JFK's Terminal 4

New York-JFK's Terminal 4 had double reason to celebrate this week – yesterday handling its 19 millionth passenger this year and today opening a new chocolate shop!

new ground-to-air communications network for Korea Airports Corporation

Rockwell Collins has successfully implemented an air-to-ground aviation communications network for Korea Airports Corporation (KAC), the service provider for airline and civil aviation communications in South Korea.

Lithuania's airports celebrate 100 years of operations with jazz concerts

Vilnius Airport and the regional gateways of Kaunas and Palanga have marked the 100th birthday of Lithuania’s airports with jazz concerts.

Toronto Pearson becomes first Canadian airport to handle more than 40 million passengers

Toronto Pearson International Airport has set a new milestone by becomng the first Canadian gateway to handle more than 40 million passengers in a calendar year.

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