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Dublin Airport unveils plans for new Terminal 2 linked hotel

Dublin Airport today unveiled more details about its planned new 402 bedroom hotel linked to Terminal 2, which is expected to create 400 new jobs and become Ireland's fourth biggest hotel when it opens in 2019.

The silent enemy

Chair of ACI’s Cybersecurity Taskforce, Dominic Nessi, tells Airport World more about what the organisation is doing to combat the growing threat of cybercrime.

Reducing the risks

ACI World’s head of security, Nina Brooks, discusses some innovative new approaches to landside security in the wake of this year’s terror attacks on Brussels and Istanbul Atatürk airports.

BLOG: Alleviating the pressure of soaring passenger volumes

New approaches to common use can alleviate the pressure of soaring passenger volumes, writes Yannick Beunardeau, global sales director airport solutions at Amadeus. 

ECONOMICS October 25, 2016

Driving profits

Driving profits

Small changes to the customer buying experience can make a big difference to an airport’s e-commerce revenues from parking, writes AeroParker’s Jon Keefe.

Government backs third Heathrow runway but its construction is far from a formality

The UK government today agreed to expand Heathrow, but the long running saga over whether it or Gatwick gets a new runway is far from over with a long period of consultation expected before a final decision is made.

SSP strengthens position in Thai airport market

It is smiles all round for F&B operator SSP in the land of smiles which has consolidated its position in the Thai market with a number of new contract wins.

View from the top

ACI World director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on some pioneering security initiatives, industry challenges and the need for a more collaborative approach to airport security.

Halifax and Nova Scotia depend on the airport – new economic report

Halifax Stanfield International Airport contiunues to be a key economic generator for the Canadian city and province of Nova Scotia, contributing C$2.7 billion to the economy in 2015.

New subsidiary to handle Munich Airport's international business interests

Munich Airport is to set up a new subsidiary to handle its management and consultancy work on international projects.

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