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CARGO April 25, 2017

Speaks volumes

Speaks volumes

Airport World takes a closer look at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s plans to grow its cargo business in 2017.

TAV Airports expands global portfolio with new concession for Saudi Arabian gateways

TAV Airports has expanded its global airport portfolio by signing a 30-year deal to operate and develop the international gateways of Qassim and Hail in Saudi Arabia.

World in motion

Sabrina Guerrieri brings us news of the theme for this year’s ASQ Forums and a prestigious award for ACI World director general, Angela Gittens.

BLOG: The rise of the digital airport experience

Airports in the 21st Century have become some of the most technologically advanced buildings in the world, writes Stephen Simpson, global marketing director for Priority Pass.

Declan Collier to quit as CEO of London City Airport

Declan Collier has announced that he is to step down as CEO of London City Airport.

Toronto Billy Bishop Airport unveils latest noise mitigation initiative

Canada's Minister of Transport Minister, Marc Garneau, visited Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport yesterday for the official opening of the gateway's new Ground Run-up Enclosure (GRE).

New Dublin Airport artwork designed to leave passengers with lasting impression of Ireland

Dublin Airport has unveiled a series of unique Irish art installations that it hopes will help leave passengers with a positive lasting impression of Ireland.

Geneva and Montréal airports agree to strengthen their ties

André Schneider and Philippe Rainville, the recently appointed heads of Geneva Airport and Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) respectively, today signed a co-operation agreement that it is claimed "will add a new dimension to the collaboration between the two airports".

Vision of the future

What next for airport terminals? Joe Bates reviews a handful of ongoing expansion projects and talks to some of the industry’s most influential architects about possible design changes in the future.

Dunkin' Donuts now on the menu in Terminal 4 at New York-JFK

In an ongoing effort to provide an outstanding passenger experience, Terminal 4 at John F Kennedy International Airport has added a full-service Dunkin’ Donuts to its Arrivals Hall.

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