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Airport World Newsletter: April 25, 2011

Airport World Newsletter: April 12, 2011 - If you're having trouble viewing this email, please click here to open it in your browser April 12, 2011

In this week’s Airport World newsletter you can read about Lima's $1 billion expansion programme, the vast growth potential of India and John Wayne Airport being named an historic landmark.

We also remember aviation pioneer, Captain Joseph Joel Hammond, who made the first flight from the present day Sydney Airport site 100 years ago and learn more about Mozambique's plans for a new international airport and Heathrow's most punctual day.

Top stories

Expansion at Jorge Chávez Airport to cost $1 billion
Total investments in Lima’s Jorge Chávez International airport, will come to more than $1 billion, according to Peru's transport and communications ministry. MORE

India's potential highlighted at ACI Asia-Pacific annual conference
Two days of lively debate and a snapshot of India’s colourful culture, courtesy of the local people, traditional music and dance and a visit to a Bollywood style theme park were just some of the highlights of ACI Asia-Pacific’s recent Regional Conference & Exhibition in Delhi. MORE

Mozambique to open new international airport?
Work to convert Mozambique’s Nacala airbase into an international airport will begin in May, according to the construction company contracted to carry out the work. MORE

Other news

John Wayne Airport named historic landmark
John Wayne Airport (JWA) has been named a Local Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers, Orange County Branch. MORE

Sydney celebrates 100 years of flight
Sydney is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first flight made from the present day airport site. MORE

Heathrow's most punctual day
Heathrow Airport had its best ever day for punctual departures last month, when 94% of all flights departed on time on Tuesday, March 22. MORE

Online now from Airport World magazine Issue 1

Robin Stone learns more about the caring side of airports through the charities they support. MORE

Destination retail
Chris LeTourneur and Andrew Fayn report on the growing trend of opening shopping malls and other retail facilities on airport sites. MORE

Airport World 2011
Issue 01

Land development

Incheon, Dublin and Bangkok

Special report:
ASQ winners

Airport design, leadership & charities


Previous Issues

Issue 6, 2010
Theme: Safety and security

Issue 5, 2010
Theme: Airport IT

Issue 4, 2010
Theme: Environment

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