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Christchurch opening new revenue boosting commercial facilities on airport site

Christchurch Airport has revealed that its strategy of opening new revenue-boosting commercial developments on the airport site continued in its 2016 financial year when it pumped more than NZ$180 million in new GDP into the local economy.

CEO outlines why he believes the government will back Heathrow expansion

Heathrow CEO, John Holland-Kaye, today delivered a speech to the Westminster Policy Forum setting out how a third runway would help deliver a stronger, fairer Britain.

new digital screen advertisements unveiled at Sydney and Melbourne  airports

Out of Home advertising company oOh!media claims that it is leading the charge in airport environment innovation with the launch of two state of the art digital screens in Melbourne and Sydney.

Oktoberfest celebrations begins today at Frankfurt Airport

Passengers passing through Frankfurt Airport will be able to get a taste of Oktoberfest over the next three weeks as the gateway celebrates the annual beer festival and funfair. 

People matters - Complacency – the enemy of growth

Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on: Taking responsibility for your own development.

Oslo Airport's new duty free store. Picture courtesy of Avinor.

Oslo Airport, already one of the world's leading gateways for Arrivals duty free sales, has doubled the size of its offering with the opening of a new shop.

Queensland Symphony Orchestra to serenade passengers at Brisbane Airport

Passengers travelling through Brisbane Airport (BNE) may find themselves serenaded by members of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO), which will be taking up the baton as BNE’s next Artist-in-Residence from today.

A WHSmith shop at London's Heathrow Airport.

WHSmith, a staple of the British High Street, will open its first shops in Finland at Helsinki Airport in late 2016. 

Sydney unveils Australia's first airport electric bus

Sydney Airport today reaffirmed its green credentials by unveiling Australia's first electric airport bus.

World's busiest airport reports lowest security wait times in seven years

The world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, has announced its lowest security wait times in seven years after processing 96% of the passengers using its main checkpoint in under 20 minutes during the month of July.

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