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NEWS Tuesday, 20 February 2018 |

Beijing Capital retains status as world's second busiest airport for passenger traffic

Beijing Capital International Airport retained its status as the second busiest airport on the planet in 2017, handling 95.8 million passengers – just 8.1 million less than world No.1, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta.

Out to impress

From trendy new uniforms in Denver to Nao the robot at Tokyo Haneda, it has already been quite a year for customer service innovation at airports around the world, writes Joe Bates.

MAGAZINE Friday, 13 May 2016 |


Theme: Customer service

Airport report: Pittsburgh

Special report: Regional airports

Plus: Retail, Remote ATC towers & baggage handling

NEWS Tuesday, 16 September 2014 |

ACI Asia-Pacific reports 3.5% traffic growth in July

ACI Asia-Pacific has reported that the region recorded a 3.5% increase in passenger traffic in July compared to the same month in 2013.

NEWS Friday, 14 February 2014 |

TOP 10 AIRPORTS: Passenger traffic in 2013

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta has retained its crown as the busiest airport in the world in 2013 – but the most notable mover in the top 10 was Dubai International up to 7th place from 10th.

NEWS Friday, 17 January 2014 |

Contrasting models presented on how the UK's airport capacity should be expanded

Airport chief executives at the UK's two busiest airports locked horns over how airport capacity should be expanded in the South East of the UK.

NEWS Thursday, 28 November 2013 |

Eindhoven Airport among 16 airports on Google Indoor Street View

Eindhoven Airport is one of the first 16 airports to be shown on the Google Indoor Street View.

NEWS Thursday, 10 October 2013 |

Passenger traffic soars across Asia-Pacific airports

Asia-Pacific airports recorded double-digit growth in August 2013 according to the latest ACI traffic statistics.

NEWS Thursday, 05 September 2013 |

JAL scents an opportunity in unique lounge fragrances

Passengers at Tokyo and Sapporo airports will soon catch the first whiff of Japan Airlines’ bid to grab flyers by the nose.

Viewing time

Are airport viewing platforms making a comeback after being out of fashion for the best part of 20 years? Chris Beanland investigates.

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