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Analysis

  • Airport labs: a testing ground for new innovation

    More and more airports around the world are pushing the boundaries of innovation by setting up incubator labs on their premises, creating a collaborative meeting point for start-ups, developers and...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 33

    In this issue: The resurgence of ultra long-haul flights, airport lounges adopting virtual reality tech, the role of airports in helping migrants, Heathrow’s sustainability agenda, rescue plans for Detroit Airport,...

  • June’s top news stories

    A JV led by Alibaba Group’s logistics unit Cainiao Network secured a contract from Airport Authority Hong Kong to develop and manage a $1.5bn logistics centre at Kwo Lo Wan,...

  • Migrant crisis: airports caught in the middle

    The modern surge of migration, driven by those seeking economic opportunity or fleeing from war or persecution, is a defining geopolitical issue of our time. Airports are often caught in...

  • Europe’s biggest airports

    MPs in the UK have voted for the expansion of Heathrow Airport with the third runway, while the Polish Government recently announced plans to build the 30km² Solidarity Airport Central Transport...

  • The world’s biggest airlines in 2018

    US and European carriers continue to dominate the global airlines industry. Airport-technology.com ranks the ten biggest publicly-traded airline companies, based on 2017 revenues.

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