Israel is to build a new gateway to cope with tourism demand to Eilat.
Chris Kjelgaard discovers that airports continue to upgrade their facilities to handle the A380, six years after the super-jumbo entered service.
Exambela Consulting’s David Feldman argues that airport leaders may need to adapt business strategies to concentrate more on the mid-term for their gateways to thrive in an age of uncertainty.
An increasing number of airports are investing in vertical gardens and living walls to create a unique setting, make themselves more environmentally friendly and, even grow their own food, writes Robin Stone.
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