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.
ACI director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the importance of evaluating and managing security risks.
Berlin Brandenburg International Airport will usher in a new era for Germany’s capital city when it opens in 2011, writes Oliver Clark.
Airport World catches up with one of the best-known faces in the airport industry, Manfred Momberger.
Egypt’s second largest city, Alexandria, is set to get a new gateway.
Airports are fast becoming pioneers in the use of green and renewable energy solutions, write Chris LeTourneur and Andrew Fayn.
Robin Stone discovers more about airport mascots and how they are being used to boost the image of gateways across the globe.
Security issues must be considered a key priority when designing and constructing new airport terminals, writes Darius Aibara.