airport infrastructure - Articles and news items
Webinars • 6 October 2015 • International Air Transport Association (IATA)
As the new LoS concept comes with a completely new philosophy, this webinar provides participants with detailed insights to this new framework and its proper application...
Airport news • 30 September 2015 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Irish Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD has announced plans to build a new Metro North link between Dublin Airport and the city centre.
Airport news • 6 July 2015 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport is to receive a €1.3 billion investment to upgrade and expand two terminals and infrastructure.
Airport news • 15 June 2015 • Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Bahrain Ministry of Transportation and Communication has awarded the second Enabling Works Package for a new passenger terminal building at Bahrain International Airport to local contractor G.P. Zachariades Engineering and Construction Company.
Airport Extra • 27 May 2015 • Jeffrey K.A. Brown, Houston Airport System
With the arrival of the first two Airbus A380 arriving at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Chief Development Officer Jeffrey K.A. Brown explains the airports approach to accommodating the aircraft through infrastructure and ground handling operations.
Issue 5 2012 • 2 October 2012 • Julieanne Alroe, CEO and Managing Director, Brisbane Airport Corporation
Brisbane Airport is the third largest airport in Australia on passenger numbers and the premier gateway to the state of Queensland. Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, it is Australia’s largest capital city airport (by land size) and has two major terminals providing services to 27 airlines flying to 43 national and 29 international destinations. In the last financial year (2011/12), Brisbane Airport welcomed more than 21 million passengers, nearly the equivalent of the entire population of Australia, through its terminals.Brisbane Airport is operated by Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), a proud, private, nonlisted Queensland company, helping employ thousands of Queenslanders and creating economic benefits nation-wide.To meet growing passenger demand, BAC is funding over $2.5 billion worth of infrastructure over the next 10 years, including a new parallel runway, a new multi-level car park and walkway facilities, road terminal expansions, road upgrades and a number of new commercial buildings.
Issue 5 2012 • 2 October 2012 • Rafal Marczewski, Poland’s National Co-ordinator for Airports
Poland’s football team may not have progressed as much as they would have liked in Euro 2012 but in terms of airport efficiency, the country certainly put in a winning performance over the two weeks.Mark Glover from International Airport Review spoke to Rafal Marczewski, Poland’s National Co-ordinator for Airports before the tournament regarding the plans for the country’s airport infrastructure throughout the two weeks (International Airport Review Issue 2 2012). In this issue, Mark catches up with Rafal again to see how he felt the airport operations had gone.Mark Glover: First of all, how are you feeling? Are you fully recovered from the experience?Rafal Marczewski: Yes, just about! The whole experience was excellent. As a football fan, I felt the whole tournament was a complete success with some excellent football being played with plenty of goals. I remember when we spoke before that I tipped Germany to go all the way but they just fell short – although the eventual winners, Spain, were worthy champions! Of course, the weather was also very good most of the time.