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  • Dutch airports soar on wind energy pledges

    In August, Royal Schiphol Group partnered with energy company Eneco to run all its airports on sustainable wind power from 2018. The commitment marks a first for an aviation company,...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 25

    In this issue: The economic argument for airport expansions, how airlines cope with extreme weather conditions, new gate delivery services being tested in the US, mobility solutions in airports, detecting...

  • Catching counterfeit medicine at airports

    Counterfeit medicine rakes in around $200bn a year globally and airports are a crucial link as these illegal and often dangerous drugs transit across borders. So what can airport staff...

  • 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...

  • Talking airport mobility with thyssenkrupp

    Not all airports are alike when it comes to mobility solutions. Abi Millar spoke to Inge Delobelle, CEO of thyssenkrupp Access Solutions, to find out more about their technology, which...

  • 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...

  • The UK’s crowded skies: change afoot?

    An interesting few days for the UK’s aviation sector it has been indeed. Last week, NATS announced that the 21st July was to be the busiest day in UK aviation...

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