New $1.8 billion terminal and concourse to transform Utah’s gateway to the world.
With people living longer than ever before, catering to an aging population is now an essential part of the airport design process, writes Corgan’s Jonathan Massey.
Joe Bates discovers more about Moscow Domodedovo’s plans to create Russia’s first aerotropolis within a 25-kilometre radius of the airport.
Assa Abloy’s head of technical and marketing, Jonathan Nobbs, discusses how automating entrance and exit doors can help fine-tune security and boost customer satisfaction levels.
Continually topping customer satisfaction polls is the goal of almost every airport and in today’s highly competitive operating environment, one way to impress is having a modern, state-of-the-art terminal.
Mike Bernos reports on Juan Santamaria International Airport’s plans to ensure that its key infrastructure is equipped to keep pace with growing demand.
Stantec’s Stanis Smith reflects on the evolution of the terminal building since 1995 and considers what the future might hold for airport design.
Private investors unveil ambitious plans for a new €15 billion hub in northern Italy.
Stephen Bennett and William Gibbs of consultants, Swanson Rink, look at the business case for the introduction of Individual Carrier Systems for baggage handling at US airports.
Taking an holistic approach to wayfinding can create positive passenger experiences and boost passenger spending at airports, writes GS&P’s Jim Harding.
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