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  • November’s top news stories

    The UK and US concluded an ‘open skies’ air services arrangement to govern air travel after Britain leaves the EU, and Los Angeles City Council approved a $2bn contract with...

  • October’s top news stories

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey started $2.7bn modernisation project for Newark Liberty International Airport, and Bangalore International Airport awarded a Rs30.36bn ($413) contract to L&T’s Buildings...

  • Landside security: a top airport priority

    While some commentators have gone so far as to call security on the concourse ‘flying’s black hole,’ it’s true that airports around the world are investing more energy and resources...

  • Is airport public Wi-Fi cyber-secure?

    Earlier this year, cybersecurity experts Coronet published a report ranking the US airports where passengers are most likely to be hacked if they sign in via a public Wi-Fi network....

  • September’s top news stories

    Construction works started on Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek in Australia, and London Heathrow Airport in collaboration with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust and DEFRA invested in the restoration of...

  • Should airports have their own microgrids?

    After Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the busiest airport in the world, experienced a major power supply disruption on 17 December 2017, the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) was awarded a $450,000...

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