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In this issue: airport terminals can be challenging places for many, and for children they are often liable to be alternately boring, frustrating and frightening. However, taking their needs into account can make the terminal a more pleasant, fun environment for all passengers. Abi Millar speaks to Matthew Horobin, director of brand engagement at Dubai Airports, and Christopher Birch, director of guest experience at San Francisco International Airport, about how to best cater to the youngest travellers.

Martin Eurnekian, scion of an Argentinian business dynasty and CEO of Corporación América Airports, has recently taken on the mantle of chair of the Airports Council International (ACI) World governing board. In an exclusive interview, Eurnekian talks with Grace Allen about the challenges of meeting global demand for air travel at a time of critical importance for the industry, the value of collaboration to overcome disruption, and the role of the ACI in encouraging unity and providing leadership.

Also, Storms and cyclones can create havoc for airports, causing flooding, power failure and flight cancellations. Will Moffitt speaks to Huntley Lawrence, director of aviation for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, about dealing with 'Winter Storm Grayson' and how airports can better prepare for extreme forms of weather.

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Demand for air travel in Asia continues to rise at record rates. Airport owners and operators are rapidly expanding terminal infrastructure and airside facilities in order to keep capacity ahead of current and forecast requirements with unprecedented levels of investment. Economic growth and prosperity means the region is predicted to be the fastest-growing aviation market for the next two decades, making a strategy for tapping into this market essential.

The rapid development of new airports, together with the upgrade plans of existing hubs and regional terminals have created opportunities for all suppliers in the market. Government, political and regulatory issues, such as security, noise management and safety, mean that budget-holders need to be well informed of the latest developments in this exciting sector.

Future Airport Asia is designed and edited specifically for key decision-makers engaged in the process of research, planning, and implementing major airport projects and upgrades. This unique and powerful audience has the authority to make and influence the procurement choices relating to all aspects of airport design and management.

Published in print and digital formats, this multiplatform publication provides an engaging blend of in-depth commentary and analysis of the key issues shaping the market, while offering a valuable and effective way of reaching and influencing a community of high-spending industry leaders.

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