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Every which way but lose

Yemmi Agbebi reflects on the impact biometric technology at airports is having on passenger facilitation, access control for staff and border security.

Going up in smoke?

John Blake considers the impact a ban on duty free tobacco sales would have on airport revenues and jobs worldwide.

ECONOMICS December 10, 2009

The buying game

The buying game



What does 2010 hold for airport sales? Simon Morris considers the impact the global recession has had on the market and some potential future deals.

IT December 9, 2009

Turning to technology

Nimrod Halfon explains how innovative IT solutions can help airports beat the ‘capacity crunch’.

Efficient design



How can good design effectively increase an airport’s capacity, efficiency and convenience? Curtis Fentress investigates.

IT December 9, 2009

The quiet revolution

The quiet revolution

Oliver Clark takes a closer look at pioneering European and US initiatives to ease congestion in the skies.

China's big build



Planned airport development in Mainland China shows no sign of slowing down, writes Joe Bates.

Europe's runway race



Europe is running out of runway space – so what can it do about it? Stephen Vaughan investigates.

The price of success



Investing nearly $50 billion per annum on upgrading their facilities proves that airports haven’t forgotten about the capacity crunch, writes ACI’s economics director, Andreas Schimm.

Making the right choices

ACI director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the importance of evaluating and managing security risks.

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