The launch of the digital marketplace is part of JFKIAT's efforts to enable a contactless customer experience and to prepare T4 for the next normal of air travel.
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In March 2019, it was reported that global airport revenues grew 6.2 per cent to US$172.2 billion, comprised of 55.8 per cent aeronautical revenue, 39.9 per cent non-aeronautical and 4.3 per cent non-operating. The aeronautical means include the terminal, landing and passenger fees paid by airlines.
Money can also be made through many other aspects within an airport’s operation, for example, car parking fees, retail concessions, real estate and advertising.
Regarding non-aeronautical revenues, a large part of course lies with the duty-free shops and restaurants available in a terminal. It is recognised within the industry that a happy passenger is more likely to be a spending passenger, and so it can be argued that an airport’s revenue strongly relies on securing a high-quality passenger experience.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the Chief Executive Officer of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, explains how the long-term approach applied to every aspect of the airport’s strategy and decision making will be key in its recovery.
Mehmet Mercan, Operations Director at Diori Hamani International Airport (NIM), shares his insight into the aviation industry’s future sustainability targets and explains how the importance of state support incentives should not be undervalued in reaching these goals.
22 June 2021 | By TAV Technologies
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR In this webinar organised by TAV Technologies, we discussed the airports’ priority agenda and technological strategies to increase efficiency and revenues. The COVID-19 crisis is forcing the aviation sector to re-think and improve its processes. In this webinar organised by TAV Technologies, we discussed the airports’ priority…
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Stefan Tschudin, Head of Aviation and Chief Operation Officer at Flughafen Zürich AG, explains the impact of the pandemic on the airport and how the return of reliable, predictable travel is key in restoring passenger confidence.
The project to expand Philadelphia Airport's air cargo facilities has the potential to create more than 28,000 jobs and drive billions of dollars in direct economic impact to the region.
After March 2021 saw air cargo demand reach the highest level since records began in 1990, demand in April 2021 continued to outperform pre-crisis levels and experienced an additional 12 per cent increase.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, President and CEO of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Deborah Flint, writes of the multifaceted changes that Toronto Pearson Airport has made as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and explains how many of these will remain crucial to the…
Up to two hours before departure, either from home or on their way, passengers travelling through Schiphol can view and reserve products online before purchasing them at the airport.
The Veovo solution will give London Luton Airport greater control and flexibility over airline billing and deals to maximise growth potential.
Seating areas with seamlessly embedded IoT systems can restore passenger confidence and boost airport revenues.
Earlier this year, we met with the International Airport Review Advisory Board to discuss the state of the aviation industry. The result is this detailed report which is free for subscribers to download.
The survey conducted by AAA found that the Australian government's Tourism Aviation Network Support programme has succeeded in increasing demand for domestic air travel.
Two new reports have outlined that a revived Gatwick Airport would support the region’s economic recovery and diversification.
Duncan Auld, President and CEO of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations (IFATCA), argues that the aviation industry needs to look at airspace design, defragmentation and procedures, and make substantial improvements to air traffic management, if it wishes to avoid a slow post-crisis recovery.