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The latest news from ACI’s World Business Partners

New concessions to enhance customer experience in Newark Liberty's Terminal B

The Port Authority of New and New Jersey's Board of Commissioners believes that its decision to approve new lease agreements with Westfield Airports to renovate 31,000 square feet of terminal space for concessions at Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal B will enhance customer satisfaction.

Luxury brands coming to Melbourne Airport's new high-end shopping precinct

Melbourne Airport is to expand its retail offering with the addition of luxury brands Tiffany & Co, Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Max Mara and Emporio Armani in Terminal 2 later this year. 

Dressed for success

Uniforms can help create a competitive edge by showcasing a brand and boosting customer service levels by making staff easier to identify, writes Simon Jersey’s Paul Farrell.

Photo: Joakim Johansson

Adventurers looking for a holiday rental offering something a little different this summer need look no further than Stockholm Arlanda Airport, which has converted its former ramp tower into an apartment with a view.

Munich Airport's Kerkloh elected as new president of ACI Europe

ACI Europe has elected Dr Michael Kerkloh, the president and CEO of Munich Airport, as its new president.

Security and Brexit among key challenges faced by Europe's airports

Groupe ADP’s president and CEO, Augustin de Romanet, outlined the airport industry's views on some of the challenges facing Europe’s airports at ACI Europe’s annual regional conference, taking place in Paris this week.

Dublin Airport among Europe's best connected airports – new study

Dublin Airport is now one Europe’s leading airports for both direct connectivity and hub connectivity, according to a major new aviation study.

Traffic on the rise in Frankfurt and across Fraport's global airport network

Frankfurt Airport handled 5.6 millon passengers in May, an upturn of 5.7% on the corresponding month a year ago.

Global mission

ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme is helping combat the impact of climate change by reducing CO2 emissions on the ground, writes Marina Bylinsky.

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