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IT November 14, 2019

Ready for the future?

Ready for the future?

What new technologies are on the horizon and how many of these can we expect to find commonplace at airports in 10 to 15 years’ time? Arturo García-Alonso considers some options.

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CARGO November 14, 2019

Going digital

Going digital

Niranjan Navaratnarajah, cargo industry director for Unisys Asia Pacific, argues that real-time data is fundamental to a connected cargo supply chain to reduce idle time and increase visibility, transparency and security.

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Hong Kong cargo giant handles 104 freighters in a single day

Hong Kong International Airport's largest independent cargo handler, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl), has broken its all-time record for the number of freighters handled in a 24-hour period.

London Stansted's Wi-Fi is certified child-friendly

Parents rest assured, London Stansted has become one of the first airports in the UK to be certified as offering safe, child-friendly Wi-Fi to its passengers.

F&B line-up announced for Bermuda's new terminal

The new terminal at Bermuda's LF Wade International Airport (BDA) will boast F&B outlets developed by SSP America.

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. 

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