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The A-Z of global airport operators - Airport World Issue 3, 2017

Which operators have a portfolio of airports across the globe? Joe Bates investigates and talks to some of the key players involved.

Destination CLT

With a new runway and 9-gate concourse expansion on the way and plans to upgrade the existing terminal and commercially develop its surrounding land, these are exciting times for Charlotte Douglas International Airport, writes Joe Bates.

IT August 1, 2017

The new reality?

The new reality?

Airport World takes a closer look at the new HoloLens technology unveiled at the recent Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels.

Fraport to take over operations of Brazilian airports by early 2018

Fraport AG has sealed the deal to take over the management of Brazil's Fortaleza (FOR) and Porto Alegre (POA) airports and is expected to assume control of the gateways by early 2018.

Amsterdam Schiphol's new pier and terminal on target for development

Amsterdam Schiphol's new pier and terminal are a step closer to reality today after the appointment of a specialist team to manage their construction.

Contents of Heathrow's former Terminal 1 to be auctioned off

Anyone who fancies buying some airport equipment or bit of memorabilia from Heathrow's former Terminal 1 are in luck as the bulk of the contents are now up for auction.

World's largest Hampton by Hilton opens at London Stansted

London's Stansted Airport today opened the world's biggest Hampton by Hilton hotel.

Australian airports to introduce new 'contactless' traveller clearance system

Vision-Box has today entered into a contract with the Australian Government to deliver what it claims to be the world’s first automated ‘contactless’ traveller clearance processes for airline passengers arriving in Australia.

The SMART decision

Airport areas are leveraging multi-modal connectivity to become ‘Innovation hubs’ for today’s smartest initiatives, writes Chris LeTourneur, president and CEO of MXD Development Strategists.

New study reveals that poor customer service levels are damaging airlines

The air travel sector did more than any other to damage its reputation over the last year through poor customer service and increasing complaint levels, according to a new report.

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