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Sharjah International Airport picks Groupe ADP to design its new-look terminal

Sharjah International Airport has awarded Groupe ADP, through ADP Ingénierie, a contract to design and supervise the $410 million expansion of its terminal building.

'Smelly' passengers and armrest hoggers among pet hates of travellers

Smelly passengers and out of control children have emerged as the leading complaints of passengers in the annual www.Airlineratings.com 'Passengers from Hell' survey.

Sydney Airport introduces Apple Maps

Getting around Sydney Airport just got a whole lot easier thanks to the gateway's adoption of Apple Maps, which shows users how to navigate their way through  T1 International, T2/T3 Domestic terminals and its car parks.

Project Watch - Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

The airport’s new $1 billion North Terminal is on target to open in February 2019.

BLOG: Navigating the airport of the future

Outdoor navigation technology has matured – but what about indoor? We all walk around with a detailed map of the world in our pockets, but when we enter a building, more often than not the navigation drops out, writes João Fernandes.

Keflavik to get three new services to DFW in the next three weeks

As Keflavik Airport continues to intensify its solid route network, the coming weeks will see the Icelandic gateway not only add a new destination on its route map but promptly launch three new links to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

Miami named Best Airport in North America in cargo awards

Miami Intermational Airport has been named the best airport in North America in the 2018 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) awards.

London Stansted targets economic growth and direct air links to China

London Stansted Airport representatives, business leaders and local politicians have met to begin talks on creating a new partnership between the region and China to help secure a direct Chinese air link and foster new trade and investment opportunities in the East of England.

Auckland to revamp its F&B offering with opening of 21 new outlets

A new line-up of 27 food and beverage outlets across the domestic and international terminals will lead to hundreds of new jobs at Auckland Airport over the next 12 months.

Turning to technology

AOE’s CEO and founder, Kian Gould, considers how airports can counter travel retail disruption through digitalising their business models.

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