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Airport World to be media partner for GAD Asia

Airport World and sister publication, Asia-Pacific Airports (APA), are pleased to announce that they will be media partners for the first GAD Asia conference in Malaysia this June.

Work begins on Orlando's $1.1 billion development programme

Orlando International Airport has started work on the $1.1 billion expansion programme that it hopes will transform it into one of the US's most efficient and user-friendly gateways.

Bancpost agrees to €2 million loan for Timisoara International Airport

Romanian bank Bancpost has signed an agreement with Timisoara International Airport to loan it €2 million to cover its expansion costs for the next a three years.

Blog: The passenger experience and the bottom line

As non-aeronautical revenues rise ever higher up the airport agenda, understanding what motivates passengers to spend and how to further influence that behaviour is becoming more and more essential to the commercially successful airport, writes Mignon Buckingham.

Hong Kong celebrates milestone approval of its third runway

Hong Kong International Airport's plans for a third runway have been approved by the territory's executive council.

Hitting new heights

Denver International Airport has been winning friends and influencing people for 20 years now and its ambition to do better shows no sign of slowing down, writes Graham Newton.

The buying game

Mark Weighell and Simon Morris provide their thoughts on some of the key airport transactions of 2014 and speculate what the year ahead might hold for sales and acquisitions.

US airlines to handle 1.1 billion passengers by 2035 – FAA

The FAA today released an annual aviation forecast that shows the US's aviation system will continue to grow over the next two decades with greater numbers of people expected to fly more miles each year.

BLOG: Airport design – The changing face of airports

From propellers to double deck superjumbos, the changing face of passenger aircraft has been highly visible over the years and much remarked upon, writes Chris Dering, managing director-aviation, Bechtel.