Airport cities guru, Dr John Kasarda, reports on the growing worldwide phenomenon, the rise of the aerotropolis and their increasing economic importance.
Chris Kjelgaard discovers that airports continue to upgrade their facilities to handle the A380, six years after the super-jumbo entered service.
Joe Bates finds out more about the new terminal that promises to create a dynamic new image for Amman’s Queen Alia International Airport.
Architect, Matt Honegger, reflects on the continued transformation of airports into multi-faceted facilities designed to meet ever-changing customer demands and business requirements.
Vienna International Airport’s impressive new terminal was more than 10 years in the making, but its COO, Julian Jäger, believes it was worth the wait, writes Steven Thompson.
Rob Fuller takes a look at the user-friendly design of Hartsfield-Jackson’s new international terminal.
Two design companies present their visions of the airport relaxation area of the future, which aim to take passengers to their ultimate Nirvana.
Robin Stone discovers that the popularity of airport carpets continues to grow, with some even being considered works of art.
Dr John Kasarda reports on ambitious plans to develop Moscow Domodedovo into a leading European hub and Russia’s top airport city.
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