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  • BA Welcomes Route Competition

    Lynne Embleton, British Airways’ general manager, Network Planning discusses Open Skies competition and low-cost carries.

  • Simpler Standards, Safer Skies

    The European Commission is currently reviewing its aviation security regulations to ensure they are still effective. Robert Missen, deputy head of the aviation security unit, gives Jim Banks a progress...

  • Data Interception

    A major factor of aviation security is the ability of intelligence services to intercept the communications of terrorists. As the UK Government considers allowing intercept evidence to be used in...

  • Vegas Hits the Jackpot

    When McCarran Las Vegas Airport decided to offer free Wi-Fi to its customers it had no idea how this gamble would pay off. Samuel Ingalls tells Charlotte Stoker about the...

  • Snow Patrol

    Helsinki experiences some of the most extreme winters anywhere in Europe, posing problems for airport ground operations. Esa Siponen, general manager of Finavia at Helsinki-Vantaa airport, tells Barry Mansfield how...

  • Self-Service Brings a Smile

    KLM was one of the early adopters of check-in kiosks. Now its common use self-service model has become globally adopted. Cees De Vos, director of KLM Systems Services, tells Nigel...

  • In the Eye of the Beholder

    Biometrics systems are springing up at increasing numbers of airports around the world. Paul French investigates the growth of the technology that aims to make it easier for you but...

  • A Better View

    The ageing air traffic control system in the US has no chance of handling projected future demand and must be upgraded. The FAA's Robert A Sturgell explains how NextGen will...

  • Ready For Kick Off

    When South Africa decided to increase its international passenger capacity, it wasn't expecting to host the World Cup. However, this hasn't fazed ACSA's John Neville, who tells Nigel Ash he...

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