Scott Macpherson considers the infrastructure challenges facing US airports and how best practices can help control their construction costs.
Airport World turns the spotlight on a handful of the US’s leading airport architectural firms and some of the pioneering projects they are working on or have recently completed.
ACI-NA president and CEO, Kevin Burke, outlines the infrastructure development challenges facing US airports over the next five years and beyond.
Joe Bates takes a closer look at the design and development of China’s new mega hub, Beijing Daxing International Airport.
Mark Fosbrook of BakerHicks explains how Formula 1 techniques are being used to fast track better airport design.
Curtis Fentress, founder and principal in charge of design at Fentress Architects, considers the importance of building people friendly terminals that enhance passenger journeys.
Small GA gateways such as Lee’s Summit Municipal Airport can become economic development engines for their surrounding communities, writes Ty Sander, project manager for Crawford, Murphy & Tilly.
New state-of-the-art Terminal 3 to raise the airport’s capacity to in excess of 90 million passengers per annum.
Some of the biggest airport seating companies in the world provide their thoughts on the importance of seating, the latest trends and the challenges of changing passenger dynamics.
Investing in hotel accommodation is a strategic move that more airports could be capitalising on to boost revenues and customer satisfaction levels, writes ICF’s Stephen Freibrun.
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