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DXB retains status as world's busiest international airport

Despite the enforced 45-day closure of one of its two runways for refurbishment work, Dubai International Airport (DXB) welcomed 41.3 million passengers in the first half of 2019 to maintain its status as the world’s busiest international airport by traffic volumes.

Self service technology coming to Krabi International Airport

Krabi International Airport in Thailand is to install self-service technology provided by SITA in line with its ambitions to become a regional aviation hub.

Fantastic Journey

Dr Michael Kerkloh reflects on close to 17 years in the hot seat at Munich Airport and is confident that he will leave a gateway and a global airport operator on the up when he retires from his position at the end of the year, writes Joe Bates.

Prost – Munich Airport's brewery celebrates 20th anniversary

Airbräu, the Munich Airport restaurant with its own on-site brewery, celebrates its 20th anniversary today.

Heinemann celebrates the 50th anniversary of its first duty free shop

Gebr Heinemann is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the launch of its airport duty free business, which began at Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany.

BLOG: Navigating a brave new world for airports

People expect airports to smoothly manage incidents, ensure universal passenger safety and offer a high level of convenience to customers regardless of their flight plans. Tall orders, all.

Kraków to expand terminal and revamp commercial offerings

Kraków John Paul II International Airport has appointed London-based design specialists The Design Solution (TDS) to transform the commercial spaces in its terminal.

Airports to collaborate for the benefit of New Zealand's Lower South

In a first for New Zealand, Dunedin Airport has signed a memorandum of understanding with Queenstown Airport Corporation and Invercargill Airport Limited to work together to make a "positive contribution" to the Lower South.

Tech savvy travellers driving airport strategies

The demands of the growing number of tech-savvy travellers will have the biggest impact on the digital plans of airports and airlines over the next six years to 2025, according to industry executives.

The Power of Brands

Interbrand strategy consultant, Jan Glanzmann, considers the value and transformative power of a strong brand, which he believes have grown from nice-to-have to must have assets.

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