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Terri Morrissey and Dr Richard Plenty provide their thoughts on: Cutting bureaucracy by empowering people.

New chocolate café opens at Dubai International Airport

With the Christmas holidays just around the corner, Dubai International Airport has arguably picked the perfect time to open the first Café Chocolat outside of Amsterdam!

Washington DC's airports unveil new logo and passenger pledge

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has unveiled a new logo and passenger pledge as part of a comprehensive branding initiative focused on enhancing customer service at Washington’s Reagan National and Dulles airports.

UK firm to assist with the retail planning for Istanbul's new mega-hub

The retail planning for Istanbul's eagerly awaited new €10.2 billion gateway is to be assisted by London-based The Design Solution.

New owners named for key Japanese airports

Sendai in northern Japan and Osaka’s Kansai and Itami airports are all set to have new operators within the next few months as part of the government’s plans to reduce spending on key infrastructure to reduce the national debt.

Oslo Airport unveils vision of the future for F&B and convenience store offerings

Oslo Airport has released a sneak preview of the new food, beverage and convenience store offerings that will open at the gateway in April 2017!

Coffee drinkers win the battle of the beverages at London City Airport

It appears as if passengers at London City Airport (LCY) do literally wake up and smell the coffee as the gateway reveals that it sold 25,000 cups of the beverage last month!

IT November 16, 2015

Balancing act

An example of security at its best at Amsterdam Schiphol. Image courtesy of aviation solutions provider and integrator, Scarabee Aviation Group.

Terry Hartmann, Unisys’ vice president global transportation, North America, argues that IT holds the key to harmonising the facilitation and security processes at the world’s airports.

Katy Perry performs as Dubai launches new musicDXB initiative

Dubai Airports launched its new initiative musicDXB in fine style yesterday as ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ finalists and the UK’s new swing kings Jack Pack lit up the world’s largest stage for the first time during a 30-minute pop up concert at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

View from the top

ACI World director general, Angela Gittens, discusses building capacity and ensuring that airports continue to function as engines of local and regional economies.

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