Airports are still being considered by many as natural monopolies. Their logic is quite simple; for example, if you want to spend your vacation on a remote island with a single operating airport you don’t have a choice. You take it or leave it.
David Stockton explains why, in today’s high-tech world, airports across the globe still rely on dogs to help perform key security tasks.
How do airports around the globe increase retail revenues without incurring extra capital expenditure? Steve Messenger offers some guidance.
Caroline Cook finds out more about the launch of a new global initiative designed to showcase the efforts airports are making to improve the passenger experience.
From enchanted gardens to yoga rooms and health stations, Sarah McCay takes a look at the latest health and wellbeing initiatives being introduced at airports around the world.
Ever-inventive brands are using smartphones to connect with passengers at airports and on almost every stage of their journey, writes Jeremy Corfield.
Ajay Jain takes a closer look at the latest identity management solutions airports are using to monitor, manage and control staff access to restricted areas.
Francis Stone reports on the challenges, opportunities and benefits to airports of adopting a globally accepted framework for reporting their sustainability performance.
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