The new issue of Airport Industry Review is out now!
In the cover story, we take a look at the latest trends in retail operations at airports. From combining local and global offerings to embracing new technology, we learn how retail businesses in airports are evolving.
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As we move forward into a new year, we also look back over the last 12 months and profile the biggest deals in the civil aviation sector in 2023, as well as the most expensive airport construction projects to break ground in the last year.
As well as all of this, we profile the highest-altitude airports across the world and learn how the security incident at Hamburg International Airport last year raises wider concerns over security levels.
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Peter Nilson, editor
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In this issue of Airport Industry Review
Window shopping: the latest in airport retail
Retail and food and beverage operations at airports are some of the most productive areas for airports’ balance sheets. Keri Allan takes a look at some new projects in the space.
Reach for the skies: the highest altitude airports in the world
South America has long been known for high-altitude airports. Peter Nilson highlights how the building boom in Asia has moved that landscape.
Why the Hamburg International incident highlights wider airport security concerns
Aviation experts have questioned whether security at Hamburg International was strong enough, following an incident last year. Patrick Atack investigates.
The most expensive airport projects in 2023
The number of airport construction projects to break ground in 2023 doubled compared to the previous year, almost returning to 2021 levels. Peter Nilson highlights the ten most expensive projects.
The biggest civil aviation deals in the last year
Noah Bovenizer highlights some of the biggest deals in the aviation industry announced throughout 2023.
Upgrading to the cloud: the secret to airport growth
George Richardson, CEO and co-founder of Aerocloud, explains how airports can accelerate growth by upgrading to the cloud.
Senior travellers are back – and airports need to be ready
Many airports lack the design and infrastructure needed to cater to older passengers. Richard Barone and Lisa Schafer at Landrum & Brown, a Sidara company, set the way forward.
Next issue preview
Next issue, we take a deep dive into the retail and commerce category as we profile some of the latest retail revamps at airports.
Elsewhere, we also look into the latest developments when it comes to safety and security at airports, from passenger management systems to biometric solutions.
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