Hong Kong International Airport will handle over 70 million passengers in 2016 after surpassing the milestone earlier today.
Auckland Airport has rolled out its first mobile self-service check-in kiosks, in preparation for expected record passenger numbers through the international terminal this summer.
Airport World highlights some of the more high profile global retail/F&B stories of the final quarter of 2016.
Airport hotels are some of the most sought after concessions on the planet with the big chains boasting facilities at or around most of the world’s busiest airports, writes Joe Bates.
Oslo Airport’s managing director, Øyvind Hasaas, talks to Joe Bates about the gateway’s new-look terminal, the importance of its retail/F&B offerings and environmental leadership.
Dubai Airports has awarded a 10-year parking concession to Saudi-based National Parking Company (Mawgif) to manage, operate and maintain all car parks at both its airports.
Belfast City Airport has achieved ‘Gold’ status in this year’s Northern Ireland Environmental Benchmarking Survey.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) claims to have become the first airport on the planet to use Bluetooth beacon technology to track and despatch wheelchairs for passengers in need of assistance.
This year will go down in the record books for Dublin Airport which yesterday broke the 27 million passenger per annum barrier for the first time.
Amsterdam Schiphol has selected an AECOM led team to design its new eight-gate pier, which is expected to open in late 2019.