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  • September’s top news stories

    Construction works started on Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek in Australia, and London Heathrow Airport in collaboration with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and DEFRA invested in the restoration of...

  • Should airports have their own microgrids?

    After Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the busiest airport in the world, experienced a major power supply disruption on 17 December 2017, the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) was awarded a $450,000...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 36

    In this issue: the rise of child-friendly airports, JFK’s new winter storm plan, Israel’s air sector boom, the future of Heathrow, microgrid implementation at airports, Air BP’s airfield automation technology,...

  • Are Israel’s airports poised for growth?

    After years of delays, Israel’s new Ramon International Airport is set to begin operations in the southern resort town of Eilat. The government says it will soon attract one million...

  • Airport privatisation: the great debate

    Currently, 14% of airports globally have some level of privatisation, but this could be set to increase, thanks to the incentive of generous private funding and reduced reliance on government...

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