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Our editorial board comprises a specialist group of leading industry figures who, in conjunction with the Future Airport editorial team, identify the main drivers of the industry helping to produce regular, thought-provoking opinion pieces on the latest issues, challenges and developments.

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In the face of adversity
27 December, 2018
Despite ongoing political and financial instability within the country...
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Refitted and ready 18 December, 2018 From the food to the furnishings, the redesign of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport has focused on giving passengers a taste of the French Riviera until the moment they step on their flights...

Gateway to greatness 18 December, 2018 In October, the new Istanbul Airport – the largest single-roof airport in the world – opened its doors. Jenny Southan speaks to the project’s architects about the inspirations...

A hub of the future 18 December, 2018 Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport is fast becoming one of the world’s major transport hubs – and with that comes capacity issues that go way beyond bricks and mortar...

Reimagine the airport 18 December, 2018 With global passenger numbers set to double by 2037, airports are facing new capacity constraints. It will be critical to ease congestion and eliminate bottlenecks, ensuring that...

High fliers 18 December, 2018 The aviation market is booming, and many airlines, such as those owned by the Lufthansa Group, are having to grow rapidly in order to keep up with demand. Carmine Frisk speaks to...

Fly in the face of danger 18 December, 2018 AviAlliance has succeeded in transforming failing public airports around the world into viable outfits for over 20 years. Holger Linkweiler and Gerhard Schroeder, the company’s...

Keep safety measures on track 18 December, 2018 As the volume of air traffic around the world continues to grow faster than the infrastructure it uses, the pressure is on to maintain high levels of safety. As runway excursions...

Best in the west 18 December, 2018 Bristol Airport has recently achieved the second stage of the Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme, an award given to businesses that map, reduce and optimise their carbon neutrality....

Is airport public Wi-Fi cybersecure? 18 December, 2018 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....

What an atmosphere 18 December, 2018 Aviation professionals from around the globe will gather on 12–14 March 2019 in Madrid, Spain, to be part of the world’s largest air traffic management (ATM) conference – the World...

Share the sky 18 December, 2018 The number of drones flying in UK airspace, commercial and recreational, is growing rapidly, so there is an urgent need to integrate this low-altitude traffic with the existing...

The third degree 18 December, 2018 In June, the UK Parliament approved plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport. Neil Thompson talks to Aviation Minister Baroness Elizabeth Sugg about the developments and...

Is airport public Wi-Fi cyber-secure? 12 November, 2018 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....

Personal technology 04 October, 2018 Biometric scanning technology by airport operators promises to make journeys through the terminal space smoother for passengers. But how close is this vision to reality? Greg Noone...

Flight club 29 June, 2018 For many passengers, the thought of applying for flight compensation can be daunting, particularly if there is uncertainty as to whether the claim is valid. Henrik Zillmer, CEO...

Snow patrol 29 June, 2018 When snow is part of life every winter, an airport requires a comprehensive solution to ensure customer’s journeys are as safe and on-time as possible. Jenny Southan meets with a mix...

On cloud nine 29 June, 2018 More and more airports are looking to cloud services to give them a competitive edge and improve the passenger experience. Irish airport operator daa, which runs Dublin and Cork...

Minimise the language barrier 29 June, 2018 Frances Marcellin speaks to Elizabeth Mathews, a former linguistic consultant for the International Civil Aviation Organization, about how interpretations of language have played...

Host with the most 29 June, 2018 The World Routes Development Forum lands in Guangzhou, China, for this year’s meetings, talks and presentations on the future of air travel on 15–18 September. And with a new...


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