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    Long-standing political friction between Taiwan and China has placed a damper on international airline routes to the country. Now, increased tourism and trade opportunities are causing a sea change, with...

  • Inside Munich Airport’s LabCampus project

    Munich Airport is about to embark on a unique project: under the name of LabCampus, the airport plans to develop an innovation centre. LabCampus managing director Dr Marc Wagener explains...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 31

    In this issue: Cashing in on Chinese routes, the latest technologies helping to relieve gate anxiety, the world’s most environmentally friendly airports, Auckland’s new traffic measurement project, and more.

  • Airport security: left of boom

    US start-up Elerts has devised an app that empowers passengers to alert authorities in a fast, accurate and safe manner if they witness an emergency or terror incident. Jerome Greer...

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