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Monday, 01 June 2015 |

Blog: Are airports missing a trick by failing to embrace intelligent data?

Budgets within the aviation industry are seemingly getting smaller and 70% of the world’s airports fail to make profit, writes Kristian Budolfsen. But given than flying has never been so popular, surely something isn’t adding up?

Thursday, 02 April 2015 |

Blog: The business case for wireless technology

For airport owners and authorities the term wireless tends to mean Wi-Fi and, more often than not, how they can install it in communal areas for passengers whilst they wait for flights or loved ones to arrive, writes Mark Keenan.

Thursday, 19 March 2015 |

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.

Monday, 16 March 2015 |

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.

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 |

Blog: Increasing airport advertising revenues in the digital age

As a place where technology, commerce, engineering, global connectivity, human achievement and ambition all combine in a manner seldom found elsewhere, there can be few better examples than the modern international airport, writes Charles Hugill.

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 |

What does the EU ACC3 Air Cargo Regulation mean for airport operations?

As of today, a new European Union (EU) regulation has come into force, which affects the operations of all inbound air mail and cargo into the EU market.

Wednesday, 18 June 2014 |

Blog: Improving surface capacity and safety using existing airport technologies

In the last 20 years, the number of flights has doubled at the busiest international airports – an increase that has not been matched by infrastructure development at the same facilities.

Wednesday, 08 January 2014 |

Guest blog: Can airports compete?

Airports are still being considered by many as natural monopolies. Their logic is quite simple; for example, if you want to spend your vacation on a remote island with a single operating airport you don’t have a choice. You take it or leave it.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013 |

Blog: Exit lane security changes – what US airports need to know

Come January, the TSA says it will transfer over responsibility for airport exit lane security to the airports. Because of the obvious operational and budgetary impacts, this is a deeply contentious issue and many airports are petitioning the change.

Thursday, 14 November 2013 |

Guest blog: Who owns the passenger experience in US airports?

It’s been said that there’s no place quite like the United States when it comes to scale of ambition, commitment to customer service and sheer size of opportunity for all. 

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