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Joe Baker

You can get in touch with Joe at joe.baker@globaldata.com

All articles by Joe Baker

  1. Putting Egypt on the map: the latest issue of AIR is out now

    Airport Industry Review is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we ask…
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    7 Nov
  2. Keeping track of baggage: the latest issue of AIR is out now

    Airport Industry Review is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we analyse…
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    3 Oct
  3. On the horizon with Heathrow: the latest issue of AIR is out now

    Airport Industry Review is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we examine…
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    5 Sep
  4. Terminal advertising, cannabis legalisation and abandoned airports: AIR Issue 46

    Airport Industry Review is back for another issue packed with technology news and industry analysis. In this issue, we examine…
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    7 Aug
  5. Staff shortages, gaming and F1 technology: Airport Industry Review Issue 45

    In this new issue of AIR, we explore the construction project behind Beijing Daxing, the Chinese capital’s second international airport, which has…
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    10 Jul
  6. Game on: are video games the future of passenger entertainment?

    With ancillary revenues becoming more important, airports and airlines are facing pressure to boost their engagement with passengers in increasingly…
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    24 Jun
  7. Airport Industry Review: Issue 44

    In the latest issue of AIR magazine, we ask whether trade, tourism and employment opportunities created by the aviation sector…
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    5 Jun
  8. Exploring India’s ambitious growth plans: AIR Issue 43

    India’s civil aviation ministry recently released its ‘Vision 2040’ document, which sets out plans to have 200 airports serving the…
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    8 May
  9. Acknowledging the human factor in air traffic control

    The ‘human factor’ in air traffic control has been the subject of widening discussion as air navigation service providers (ANSPs)…
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    25 Feb
  10. Istanbul Airport: a symbol of discontent for Turkey’s labour force?

    On 29 October 2018, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan flung open the doors of Istanbul Airport, shot-putting Turkish aviation into the…
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    21 Jan
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