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Route to success: 'Airport route development marketing is crucial'

An airport’s route development-focused marketing efforts are crucial to its success and the potential future prosperity of the communities they serve, writes Tony Griffin.

IT Wednesday, 24 October 2012 |

IT trends

Mobile apps are changing the way airlines do business, permeating every step of the journey and core aspect of their operations, according to the latest Airline IT Trends Survey.

IT Friday, 19 October 2012 |

Wi-Fi matters

Scott Phillips considers the importance of Wi-Fi connectivity at airports and different ways  of delivering it to customers with varying requirements.

PASSENGER SERVICES Wednesday, 17 October 2012 |

Quality and quantity

Baggage systems of the future will not only have to handle vast volume increases but also focus on delivering quality, writes Graham Newton.

AIRPORT DESIGN Monday, 15 October 2012 |

Learning from Atlanta

Rob Fuller takes a look at the user-friendly design of Hartsfield-Jackson’s new international terminal.

Global traffic trends

Rafael Echevarne and Patrick Lucas reflect on the findings of ACI’s World Airport Traffic Report (WATR), arguably aviation’s most comprehensive compendium of annual traffic statistics.

Great expectations

How do airports manage growing customer service expectations? Joanne Paternoster investigates.

The backbone of marketing

Understanding passenger profiles can play a key role in an airport’s success, writes George Karamanos, Abu Dhabi Airport Company’s vice president of corporate marketing and communications.

Welcome back

Airports continue to introduce loyalty programmes in a bid to enhance their passenger appeal, but is the tactic working? Jessica Twentyman reports.

Shaping opinions

ACI World’s director of communications and events, Cheryl Marcell, reflects on the importance of good marketing and communication.

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