The Airports Commission has today published for consultation its assessment of proposals for additional runway capacity at Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport handled 1,064,000 charter passengers from May to September 2014, an 18% rise on the same period a year ago.
Advancements in airport technology can redefine the passenger experience and drive airport revenues, write Olivier Houri and Franco Amalfi.
The UK aviation sector is now worth £52 billion in overall GDP, 960,000 jobs and £8.7 billion in taxation to the Treasury, according to an authoritative new report.
UK-based architects, Grimshaw, has announced that it is developing the scheme for an airport expansion in Lima as well as the design for a new gateway in Istanbul.
Salt Lake City International Airport’s Maureen Riley talks to Joe Bates about the gateway’s $1.8 billion development programme and a host of other issues ranging from customer service to airport leadership.
Improving passenger processes is the number one information technology (IT) investment priority of airports around the world, according to the latest Airport IT Trends Survey.
Sweden's LFV has become the first air service navigation provider to receive an operating license for remote air traffic control tower technology.
Duty free giant, Dufry, claims that a soaring turnover in the first nine months of 2014 show that it is still in “growth mode”.