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  • Grand Designs

    2008 saw the delivery of new airport terminals so ambitious in scale and design they have set a new industry benchmark. How will current financial restrictions prevent such feats being...

  • Flying High in the City of Sails

    Airport-technology.com's Penny Jones speaks with the relatively new CEO of Auckland Airport, Simon Moutter. Moutter oversees operations for the business, which services New Zealand's biggest city, also known as the...

  • Expansion Bucks the Economic Trend

    The global economic downturn is having a dramatic impact on airline traffic, but that is not stopping project progress. This is especially true in developing nations where infrastructure development is...

  • Smooth Operations

    Nearly A year after opening day, everything seems to be flowing smoothly at London Heathrow's Terminal 5. So how did BA and BAA get back on track? Barry Mansfield talks...

  • The End of SSR?

    The aviation industry is always pushing to increase capacity and efficiency while improving safety. Many feel that multilateration systems will help the industry achieve all three goals. Ivan Uhlir of...

  • Running Together

    The airport management centre (AMC) project at OR Tambo Airport will enable better collaborative decision making (CDM). Andre Vermeulen, group manager of airport operations and Bongani Maseko director of airport...

  • Partners for Progress

    LuftHansa's cooperation with Munich airport has been praised for its passenger comfort and efficient handling processes. Now, With a new satellite terminal in the design phase, Lucy Schwerdtfeger asks Thomas...

  • Breaking New Ground

    Reducing costs and waste through improved equipment life expectancy is the latest trend in fuel and ground handling. Mike Farmery of Shell explains some of the new technologies to Future...

  • Keep It Simple

    Philippe Bruyere is director of the International Air Transport Association's Simplifying the Business (StB) programme. He tells Barry Mansfield how StB has transformed the industry.

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