Collins Aerospace’s Tony Chapman explains how new technology will help airports meet growing passenger expectations and boost their bottom lines.
Irish airport operator, daa, has business interests across the globe courtesy of its wholly owned subsidiaries, writes daa International CEO, Nick Cole.
Joe Bates finds out more about the history, plans and future ambitions of a handful of global airport investors at different stages of their development and investment cycles.
Modalis chief executive, Curtis Grad, provides his annual review on private-sector investment in the global airport market, taking stock of 2018’s biggest deals, success stories and other transactions that didn’t quite get across the line.
Risk, returns and regulation were top of the agenda at the recent ACI Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition in London, writes Joe Bates.
ACI World’s senior manager for economics and statistics, Patrick Lucas, reflects on the global importance of tourism and some of the key challenges facing aviation’s role in its future development.
Joe Bates looks back at some of the highlights of the ninth annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition in London.
ACI World’s director of economics, Stefano Baronci, considers how today’s volatile geo-political landscape creates challenges and sometimes new opportunities for airports and investors.
Small changes to the customer buying experience can make a big difference to an airport’s e-commerce revenues from parking, writes AeroParker’s Jon Keefe.
In a highly sophisticated and competitive market such as the airport sector, data matters, writes ACI World’s director of economics and programme development, Stefano Baronci.
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