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Ferrovial to enter US market at Denver International Airport

Ferrovial Airports is set to enter the US market after its Great Hall Partners consortium received the greenlight from Denver City Council to remodel Denver International Airport's Jeppesen Terminal.        

LEGO fanatic is Brisbane Airport's new artist in residence

Brisbane Airport's new artist-in-residence, Ben Craig, is an expert in a very popular field... the art of building things with LEGO!

Blossom Lounge planned for Singapore Changi's new Terminal 4

Singapore Changi is to get a new, independent lounge which all passengers can enjoy for a small fee.

Spotlight on security

Cameron Mann, Smith Detection’s global marketing director for aviation, talks to Airport World about some of key security challenges and opportunities facing airports today.

Shanghai Pudong's new Satellite Terminal to have BEUMER baggage handling system

BEUMER Group is to provide the baggage handling system (BHS) for the giant new Satellite Terminal at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

American Airlines to expand services to Philadelphia from Shannon Airport

Shannon Airport has welcomed the announcement by American Airlines to expand its Shannon to Philadelphia service in 2018, as the airline continues to build on the growing demand for flights between Shannon and its Philadelphia hub.

Busiest ever month at Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport (DXB) recorded its busiest ever month for passenger traffic in July with over eight million passengers passing through the UAE gateway, according to operator, Dubai Airports.

Auckland Airport to embrace digital marketplace

Auckland Airport is to transform itself into a multi-channel marketplace where visitors can buy goods and services online.

World in motion

Sabrina Guerrieri reports on the release of the latest edition of ACI’s Airport Economics Report and a new Employee Survey for Customer Experience (ECE) and provides an update on 2017’s ASQ Forums and strengthening links with ICAO.

International traffic soaring at Brisbane Airport

International passenger numbers continue to soar at Brisbane Airport, rising by 364,300 (+7%) to more than 5.6 million in its 2017 Financial Year.

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