New installations, contract wins, reports and the launch of a hybrid luggage drop system have ensured a busy few months for airport baggage handlers and technology suppliers.
With major new airports being built in Beijing, Qingdao and elsewhere and dozens of existing gateways adding new state-of-the-art facilities, these are exciting times for China, writes Joe Bates.
Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on: The psychology of risk management.
Constantly evolving technology presents new opportunities for airports to improve the bottom-line, writes Amadeus’ Julien Dersy.
Mark Weighell and Simon Morris provide their thoughts on some of the key airport transactions of 2014 and speculate what the year ahead might hold for sales and acquisitions.
Airports need to develop business models that plan for uncertainty and prepare for change to succeed in today’s operating environment, writes LeighFisher’s Andy Carlisle.
ACI World’s director general, Angela Gittens, discusses the trend toward public-private partnerships and the resultant need for key performance indicators and benchmarks.
Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on: motivation and performance.
The race to build dedicated facilities to handle future space tourists shows no sign of slowing down despite recent tragic events, writes Justin Burns.
Director general, Angela Gittens, discusses ACI’s work in the realm of airport security and the importance of knowledge sharing.
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