Joe Bates discovers that airports are back on the radar of some of the world's leading infrastructure investors.
New York City's busy East 34th Street Heliport has signed an advertising deal with Roaring Thunder Media to exclusively promote luxury Swiss watchmaker, Audemars Piguet, through to the end of September.
Spain has begun the search for an independent body to calculate the complete value of Aena Airports.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has awarded 10-year contracts to two food and beverage concessionaires in a bid to boost customer satisfaction levels.
Bordeaux Airport is planning an overhaul of its main terminals, in a bid to handle a predicted rise in passenger numbers as well as boost revenue streams.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has started work on the $1.9 billion renovation programme it hopes will ensure that it is equipped to meet demand for the next 50 years.
Italy’s airport’s face an “emergency in terms of infrastructure”, with their growth being constrained by an existing national airport charges regime that needs to be urgently deregulated, warns industry expert, Stefano Baronci.
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Airports: Budapest & Madrid
Special report: Cargo security
Plus: Airport design & movie matters
Meet, Lim Liang Song, the new CEO of Changi Airports International (CAI), the international investment arm of the Changi Airport Group.
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