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Airports to create new 'pharma corridor' between Hong Kong and Brussels

Hong Kong International Airport and Brussels Airport today announced the launch of an airport-to-airport (A2A) pharma corridor, offering services catering to the specific needs of pharmaceutical shipments.

Burger King to be one of Edinburgh Airport's planned new F&B outlets

Burger King is to open an outlet at Edinburgh Airport as the Scottish gateway looks to expand the food and beverage options in its terminal.

ACI NEWS January 7, 2019

World in motion

World in motion

Hicham Ayoun reports on the appointment of Martin Eurnekian as the new chair of the ACI World Governing Board and the unveiling of the organisation’s long-term vision for airport security.

Learning from the hospitality industry

Travel experiences are among the most memorable we have, and airports can make themselves even more appealing to passengers by learning from the hospitality industry.

Born in the USA

Joe Bates takes a closer look at a handful of airport development projects making headlines in the US in the final quarter of 2018.

Vietnam's opens impressive new gateway to Halong Bay

Van Don International Airport has become Vietnam's first privately built commercial gateway after opening for business at the weekend.

View from the top

Director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the key role of ACI World ahead of what promises to be another busy and influential year for the voice of the world’s airports.

VINCI Airports to take controlling stake in London's Gatwick Airport

Global airport operator, VINCI Airports, is to add to its fast expanding portfolio by paying £2.9 billion to take a controlling 50.01% stake in London's Gatwick Airport.

Exciting times

Airport retail and F&B innovation was top of the agenda at the recent Trinity Forum in Shanghai. Airport World looks back at some of the highlights.

Vibrant new artworks welcome passengers to Orlando

Vibrant 'welcome mats' help create a sense of place at Orlando International Airport, writes Greater Orlando Aviation Authority's CEO, Phil Brown.

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