Martin Roebuck takes a closer look at the challenges and opportunities facing a handful of cargo focused airports in Europe and North America.
Romania's Cluj-Napoca has become the second airport – after Liège – to be considered for a high-speed rail station.
Liege Airport, the seventh largest cargo airport in Europe, reported a 10% decrease in cargo traffic during January, not long after reporting a record year in 2011.
Frankfurt and Copenhagen airports have both reported strong growth in passengers numbers during the first month of 2012, thanks to improved weather conditions and increased transfer traffic.
The 2012 opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt will transform air travel to Berlin, writes Erica Gingerich.
With the latest round of traffic results revealed, a number of European airports have reported record passenger figures for 2011.
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