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NEWS Friday, 22 February 2019 |

Dublin Airport helps reunite missing parrot with owner

With a Lidl help from a supermarket chain and a Slovak voice recording, Dublin Airport has helped reunite a missing African Grey parrot with its owner following a social media appeal.

IT Friday, 27 July 2018 |

Asset protection

Information conveyed by social media can help airports protect their brands and customers, writes Jonathan Barrett, Dataminr’s managing director for Europe.

MAGAZINE Friday, 27 July 2018 |

AIRPORT WORLD 2018, ISSUE 03 – JUNE-JULY 2018

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In the spotlight: Land development

Airport report: Edmonton

Review: 28th ACI Europe/World General Assembly, Congress & Exhibition

Plus: Social media, Security & Airport design

Being part of the conversation

London City Airport’s social media manager, Danielle Kirkby, discusses how social media has become a key communication and customer service tool for her gateway.

NEWS Thursday, 27 October 2016 |

Manchester Airport launches social media channels in Mandarin

Manchester Airport has boosted its appeal to Chinese travellers by launching it presence on Weibo and WeChat, the Chinese equivalents of Twitter and Whatsapp.

IT Wednesday, 09 September 2015 |

Making IT happen

The Apple Watch, robots, social media, flight tracking media and drones were all on the agenda at the Air Transport IT Summit in Brussels, writes Joe Bates.

MAGAZINE Monday, 07 September 2015 |

AIRPORT WORLD 2015, ISSUE 04

In the spotlight: Information technology

Airport report: Tocumen International

Special report: The benefits of ASQ

Plus: Seating, healthy eating & sweet dreams

NEWS Friday, 19 December 2014 |

ACI Europe releases digital report for 2014/15

European airport trade association ACI Europe has released its Digital Report 2014-2015.

NEWS Monday, 20 October 2014 |

Study finds airport communications are "falling wide of the mark”

The conclusions of a new study by loyalty marketing and CRM specialist ICLP has found communications from gateways are "falling wide of the mark” and are “not resonating with the travelling consumer”.

NEWS Monday, 19 May 2014 |

Airports continue to gain Twitter followers and Facebook likes

Communicating through social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter is increasingly becoming a key tool for airports around the globe.

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