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All articles by Ross Davies

  1. Why airport retailers have never had it so good

    By the estimates of Airports Council International, worldwide passenger traffic increased once again in 2017 by 6.6%. More notable still,…
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    12 Mar
  2. Polar air: a look at China’s first permanent airport in Antarctica

    In her 2017 book “China as a Polar Great Power”, professor Anne-Marie Brady – a renowned expert on China’s exploits…
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    19 Feb
  3. A beacon of hope: could new tracking tech bring an end to aircraft disappearances?

    March 2019 will mark the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which vanished while en route…
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    12 Feb
  4. What do airlines expect of their airports: a lesson from Shannon Airport

    In stark contrast to the wrangling and politicking that has underpinned the glacial progress made on a third runway at…
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    29 Jan
  5. Smart moves: how Dubai is setting the standard for green airports

    As operator of Dubai International Airport – the largest airport in the world in terms of international passenger traffic –…
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    1 Oct
  6. Will anyone save Detroit airport?

    It’s hard to imagine that once upon a time Detroit’s Coleman A. Young International Airport was one of the US’s…
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    17 Jul
  7. What’s behind Heathrow’s new environmental charges?

    Heathrow Airport will be desperately hoping that 2018 is the year it can finally put to bed debate over its…
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    23 Apr
  8. Up in the Air: the outlook for airports in 2018

    Will 2018 be the year in which the UK makes a final decision on how it will boost its airport…
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    18 Jan
  9. The untapped potential of unserved aviation routes

    The world may indeed be getting smaller, but flights between its innumerable cities and hubs aren’t always direct. Take London’s…
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    9 Jan
  10. The air cargo industry’s slow road to digitisation

    When the air cargo industry took off in the second half of the last century, it gained a standing for…
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    7 Dec

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