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ECONOMICS November 11, 2019

On the map

On the map

The utilisation of geographic information system (GIS) mapping technology has helped Reno- Tahoe International Airport become an economically competitive hub, writes Esri’s Terry Bills.

UK gateway unveils plans to become a zero carbon airport

Birmingham Airport has broadcast its green intentions to the world by announcing its commitment to become a net zero carbon airport by the year 2033.

Cool runnings

Mark Fosbrook of BakerHicks explains how Formula 1 techniques are being used to fast track better airport design.

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New $1 billion terminal opens at New Orleans International Airport

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is celebrating the official opening of its eagerly awaited new $1 billion North Terminal.

London Luton opens new taxiway and de-icing facility

London Luton Airport (LLA) has opened a second new taxiway and aircraft de-icing facility as part of its £160 million transformation programme. 

New contract award for Hong Kong's 3RS expansion project

Hong Kong International Airport has awarded one of the world's leading geo-data specialist companies a land site investigation contract as part of its $18 billion (HK$141.5bn) Three-Runway System (3RS) expansion project.

Airports and airlines spend $50 billion on IT solutions in 2018

Airports and airlines continue to invest heavily on new technology, the latest industry report showing that in 2018 they spent a record $50 billion on IT to support improvements to the passenger journey.

dnata expands US operation at Washington Dulles

Ground handler, dnata, has significantly expanded its operations at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

IT November 4, 2019

Go with the flow

Go with the flow

John Thompson, Greater Toronto Airports Authority’s associate director for IT, explains how Toronto Pearson is using new technology to streamline the flow of passengers and staff through its facilities.

MIA's central base modification and expansion project

Miami International Airport (MIA) has begun work on its Central Base Modification and Expansion Project. 

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