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  • Entrepreneurs bet big on airport e-commerce

    Here’s the universal problem airport concessionaries face every day: “Most passengers are ‘gate anxious’,” asserts David Henninger, president and CEO of AtYourGate, a new airport food and merchandise company based...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 24

    In this issue: Plans to privatise Canada’s airports, a project to build a second airport for Sydney, the concept of a circular runway, the race to find cheaper and cleaner...

  • Working towards a cleaner sky

    The Clean Sky Joint Undertaking is one of the largest European research programmes, developing new technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and noise produced by aircraft.

  • New airline group takes on airport taxes

    Australia’s competition authority revealed that the country’s four biggest airports collected AUS$1.57bn from airlines and their passengers over the past decade, raising concerns over sky-high profit making achieved through their...

  • The world’s most customer-friendly airports

    The Airports Council International has revealed the latest results of its annual Airport Service Quality Awards, recognising the world’s most customer-friendly airports, based on 600,000 passenger surveys around the world.

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