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Eva Grey

Eva Grey is a features writer for NRI Digital covering transport, with a focus on the rail, aviation and shipping industries. Before joining NRI Digital, Eva worked as a freelancer for publications such as The News Hub, Lancashire Evening Post and British American Media and reported from the International Journalism Festival in 2014. While studying for her degree in International Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire, Eva spent six months living and writing from Guangzhou, China. 

All articles by Eva Grey

  1. Airport labs: a testing ground for new innovation

    All around the world, airports are keen to compete by placing themselves at the forefront of innovation. Many cutting-edge inventions…
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    11 Jul
  2. Heathrow’s environmental mitigation: does the strategy hold up?

    A decision more than half a century in the making, Heathrow Airport’s third runway expansion finally received the green light…
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    5 Jul
  3. India’s airports feel the heat as passenger numbers soar

    India’s airports are bursting at the seams. Following the country’s economic liberalisation in 1991, India has experienced consistent economic growth….
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    29 May
  4. Taipei Taoyuan: a growing gateway to Asia

    The long-standing political and diplomatic tensions between China and Taiwan date back to 1949, when governance of the island state…
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    16 May
  5. Inside Munich Airport’s LabCampus project

    At the heart of Bavaria in Germany, Munich Airport has seen record-breaking growth over the past three years. In 2017,…
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    15 May
  6. Cashing in: how Chinese routes have become a goldmine for airports

    Over the past few years, the aviation industry’s centre of gravity has started to shift eastwards, particularly towards China. The…
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    12 Apr
  7. In pictures: the world’s best airport lounges

    Originally devised as a perk for frequent fliers or First and Business class passengers of a specific airline, airport lounges…
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    28 Mar
  8. When disaster strikes: the role of aviation in humanitarian logistics

    In a speech to the Security Council in March last year, then United Nations (UN) emergency relief coordinator Stephen O’Brien…
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    26 Mar
  9. Coindrum: the start-up bridging the airport spending gap

    Five years ago, Lukas Decker had just disembarked a flight, and while fumbling with the leftover coins in his pocket…
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    12 Mar
  10. Smart environments: how airports use tech to welcome special needs passengers

    The accessibility of air travel for people with physical disabilities has been slowly improving since 1986, when the Air Carrier…
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    13 Feb

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