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  • Sounding off over aircraft noise

    According to the Civil Aviation Authority, aircraft noise can disturb sleep patterns, cause cognitive impairment in children and raise the risk of cardiovascular problems. So what’s being done to combat...

  • July’s top news stories

    French aircraft maintenance and modification services provider Sabena Technics decided to invest in a new hangar in its facility at Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport, and Singapore Airlines’ low-cost carrier Scoot renewed its...

  • Airport Industry Review: Issue 34

    In this issue: Automating ATC operations, difference between flight sharing in the US and Europe, the results of ACI’s customer satisfaction survey, the most exciting African airport projects set to...

  • Mapping Africa’s biggest airport projects

    Airport development is surging across Africa, as a number of factors drive aviation demand across the continent. With IATA projecting a 5.1% growth in passenger numbers across the region by...

  • Will anyone save Detroit airport?

    Lying in a perennial state of decay, Detroit’s Coleman A. Young International Airport is the subject of a fierce local debate over whether it should remain open or have its...

  • 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...

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