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RETAIL/F&B September 26, 2019

Today’s special

Today’s special

Alex Avery, Pragma’s managing director for airports, travel and commercial spaces, discusses how food and beverage is transforming airport retail.

Beijing's new mega hub opens for business

The world’s newest major airport, Beijing Daxing, opened for business today as China marked another major milestone in the modernisation and expansion of its aviation infrastructure.

Aroma therapy

Ambient scenting is one of the newest initiatives being embraced by airports as they look to enhance the passenger experience, writes Prolitec’s Roger Bensinger.

nearly $1 billion in funding for US airport infrastructure projects

US Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao, today announced that the Department will award $986 million in airport infrastructure grants to 354 airports in 44 states and Puerto Rico and Micronesia.

Fast growing Budapest Airport wins Route development accolade

Budapest Airport has been declared the Overall Winner of the World Routes 2019 Marketing Awards in Adelaide, Australia.

Chicago O'Hare remains the US's most connected airport

Chicago O'Hare (ORD), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta (ATL) and London Heathrow (LHR) remain among the world's best connected mega hubs, according to OAG's Megahubs Index 2019.

Munich Airport celebrates Oktoberfest

Tourists from all over the world will descend on Munich over the next 16 days to celebate the world's largest beer festival, Oktoberfest, and for many the fun will start and end at Munich Airport!

Europe's airports confirm commitment to carbon neutral growth

On the occasion of the UN Global Climate Action Summit taking place in New York today, ACI Europe, provided an update on the industry’s response to the Climate Emergency.

The global challenge

Society needs to pull together to deliver a world class service to travellers with reduced mobility, writes OmniServ’s head of innovation and regulatory compliance, Samantha Saunders.

Healthy yearly upturn in traffic at Moscow Sheremetyevo

Moscow Sheremetyevo handled 33.8 million passengers in the first eight months of the 2019 –a healthy 13% rise on the corresponding period a year ago.

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