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Trends in airport expansion and renovation

A new White Paper shows that a customer-centric focus is driving change and innovation at US airports, write KONE’s Dan Brooks and Kevin Wigley.

NEWS Monday, 08 April 2019 |

BLOG: US airports launching huge renovation projects

The United States has incredibly busy airports – in fact, some of the busiest in the world. That’s good, because it indicates that many of the more than four billion global air passengers each year are flying in or out of America.

NEWS Monday, 19 November 2018 |

Blog: US airports responding to competition at home and overseas

Because of aging infrastructure, the lack of leading edge technology, transit options and minimal passenger comforts, the US's airports are in dire need of immediate attention, writes Mary Scott Nabers.  

NEWS Wednesday, 19 September 2018 |

Customer satisfaction rising at US airports – new study

North American airports have achieved a record high in overall passenger satisfaction levels, according to the JD Power's 2018 North America Airport Satisfaction Study.

NEWS Friday, 15 December 2017 |

Blog: Spotlight on US airport investment

Infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars hang in limbo as Congress debates tax reform bill, writes Mary Scott Nabers.

NEWS Monday, 17 July 2017 |

BLOG: Much needed funding on the way for US airports

Many US airports got good news recently, Federal funding is on the way, writes Mary Scott Nabers.

IT Thursday, 06 July 2017 |

Face time

Is the use of biometric technology about to take off at US airports? Gemalto’s SVP of government programmes, Neville Pattinson, considers some options.

AIRPORT DESIGN Monday, 26 September 2016 |

All about the airfield

Crawford, Murphy & Tilly’s Craig Louden reflects on how US airports can navigate new FAA design standards that could potentially impact on the long-term development plans for their airfields.

The way forward?

Stephen Bennett and William Gibbs of consultants, Swanson Rink, look at the business case for the introduction of Individual Carrier Systems for baggage handling at US airports.

AIRPORT DESIGN Tuesday, 19 May 2015 |

Planning ahead

Skanska USA's MacAdam Glinn reflects on how the quest for greater efficiency, flexibility and a better customer experience is driving renovation projects at US airports.

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