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Airport World Newsletter July 18 2011

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It’s been a busy few weeks for the world’s airports with the opening of new terminals in Buenos Aires and Amsterdam and the news that NACO has won the contract to design a Beijing’s new international gateway.

Elsewhere, Japan’s Tsunami wrecked Sendai Airport is set to re-open; the Canadian government has admitted that Toronto will need a new airport; and Chicago O’Hare has opened a restaurant that plays homage to the city’s Blackhawks ice-hockey team.

Top stories

Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport opens new $150m terminal Argentina’s Ezeiza International Airport has officially opened its new $150 million Terminal C. MORE

Schiphol opens new general aviation terminal Amsterdam Schiphol–East has opened a new 6,000sqm multi–functional general aviation terminal to cater for the 4,500 private and business flights that the airport handles each year. MORE

NACO designs Beijing’s second airport
NACO Netherlands Airport Consultants has won the contract to design Beijing’s second ‘mega’ airport – The Beijing New International Airport (BNIA). MORE

Other news

Japan’s tsunami-swamped Sendai Airport to re-open
Sendai Airport in Japan, which was crippled by March’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, is due to resume international flights on 25 July, the country’s Transport Ministry has announced. MORE

Toronto area will need a new airport from 2027 onwards
The government of Canada will need to build a new airport 50 kilometres north east of Toronto in the next 16 to 26 years to cope with expected traffic growth in the region, according to a new study. MORE

O'Hare opens new Blackhawks ice-hockey themed restaurant
Chicago O’Hare has welcomed another little piece of the windy city to its facilities with the opening of a restaurant named after its famous Blackhawks ice hockey team. MORE

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How creative branding and advertising can create a booming bottom line, writes, Paul Lemmerick. MORE

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Coping with growth
Xi’an Xianyang’s Wolfgang Weil, talks to Joe Bates about the huge growth potential of China’s eighth largest airport. MORE

Airport World 2011
Issue 03

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Investing in airports

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Issue 2, 2011
Theme: Customer service

Issue 1, 2011
Theme: Land development

Issue 6, 2010
Theme: Safety and security

Issue 5, 2010
Theme: Airport IT

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