NEWS July 25, 2013

UK travellers switch to coaches for airport trips

More airline passengers in the UK are starting their journeys by coach than ever before.

Making the right connections

Using social media to communicate with today’s new breed of connected traveller can enhance an airport’s image, performance and boost revenues, write David McMullen and Shubhodeep Pal.

NEWS July 23, 2013

MIT survey ranks Columbia Metropolitan Airport as one of the best connected in the US

Columbia Metropolitan Airport appears to have a friend in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), whose International Center for Air Transportation (ICAT) has ranked it among the top 30% of US Airports for enplanements and the top 25% for connectivity.

NEWS July 23, 2013

Christchurch Airport turns blue to celebrate royal birth

New Zealand's Christchurch Airport is literally turning itself blue to celebrate the arrival of the new Prince of Cambridge.

Gatwick submits second runway submission to Aviation Commission

The UK capacity crunch saga goes on, with Gatwick officially submitting its proposal for a second runway, located south of its current site, to the Airports Commission.

NEWS July 23, 2013

Heathrow poll finds passengers back higher fees

London Heathrow claims a survey of its travellers shows they are willing to trade higher charges for better services.

NEWS July 22, 2013

Abertis sells airport assets in Europe and USA

Abertis has confirmed the sale of the bulk of its airport assets in Europe and the US to ADC & HAS Airports Worldwide for $284 million.

NEWS July 22, 2013

Traffic soars at Norwegian airports

Norway’s airports have enjoyed a good six months for traffic growth – passenger throughput at the nation’s gateways rising nearly 4% in the first half of 2013.

NEWS July 22, 2013

LAX launches first ever public art festival

In celebration of its expansion and renovation, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is launching its first-ever public art festival this month, entitled Influx: Art at LAX.

Smooth operator

LeighFisher’s Annie Lindseth and Zoe Haseman and Albuquerque’s Felix Vivian reflect on several projects that reduce Albuquerque International Sunport’s costs by making it more energy efficient.

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