Airport real estate is in higher demand than ever before, writes Errol McGlothan. Retail remains a key priority and is highly profitable; spending in airports reached a global total of $38 billion in 2016 and is expected to grow by 27% to reach $49 billion by 2021 – it’s no wonder it’s hotly contested.
The Canadian government is to collaborate with the World Economic Forum and its partners to test cutting edge technologies to support secure and seamless global travel for air passengers.
Hamburg Airport today officially unveiled its new automated baggage drop kiosks, which it is confident will make the check-in process quicker, easier and more convenient for passengers.
Birmingham Airport in the UK has started a multi-million-pound programme of development works which it insists are designed to improve passenger journeys through its facilities.
Global airport lounge provider, Priority Pass, has revealed that Club Kingston at Jamaica's Norman Manley International Airport has been rated the world's best lounge by its members.
Sydney Airport and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) today announced that Kamilaroi artist, Archie Moore, has been selected to realise a major work of contemporary art for the gateway.
The newly refurbished Central Piazza in the Transit Hall at Singapore Changi's Terminal 3 features the airport’s latest feature garden made up of elegant glass dandelion sculptures – the Crystal Garden
Dublin Airport has opened a new €22 million boarding gate area, which will be used mainly by Aer Lingus for flights to the UK and continental Europe.
Leaving the European Union, so the campaign slogans promised, would hand the United Kingdom control of her borders again, yet as negotiations over the UK’s departure continue, what control means in reality remains hard to pin down, writes John Kendall.
Frankfurt Airport has unveiled its new-look Departures Hall B, located at the heart of Terminal 1, just in time for the busy Xmas holidays.