Airport World takes a closer look at a handful of new initiatives designed to either boost airport revenue streams or reduce unnecessary expenditure.
Stephen Van Beek, ACI World’s interim head of economics, discusses new aviation legislation on both sides of the Atlantic and the thorny issue of airport charges.
Curtis Grad, president and CEO of Modalis, provides a rundown of the biggest airport deals of the past year and takes a glimpse of what’s on the horizon for 2016.
AeroParker’s CEO, Jon Keefe, explains why he believes that using an e-commerce platform to book car parking online can help drive airport revenues and enhance the passenger experience.
LeighFisher’s Andy Carlisle takes a look at the airport transaction market and predicts some of the possible deals of 2016.
Lively debate and a record 300 delegates from 56 countries helped make the seventh Airport Economics & Finance Conference & Exhibition one to remember, writes Joe Bates.
The 2014 ACI Airport Economics Report shows that airport revenues remained stable despite the fragile state of the global economy, writes economics director, Rafael Echevarne.
How are US airports dealing with the need to upgrade their infrastructure in the face of ongoing funding restraints? Benet Wilson investigates.
Brazil’s government is looking to private investors to breathe new life into hundreds of the nation’s smaller, regional airports, write Johann Frank and Marie Krpata.
Airport development across Africa is beginning to gather pace with governments and investors looking at opportunities to enhance existing infrastructure, writes Joe Bates.
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