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Issue 6 2015



Creating a great passenger experience at London Luton Airport

12 December 2015 | By

What makes for a great passenger experience at an airport? London Luton Airport’s, Operations Director, Neil Thompson, explains that they are embarking on a £110 million development programme which will increase annual passenger capacity from 12 million to 18 million by 2020; but increasing that capacity can’t be at the…


Providing the best possible passenger flow levels through AUH

6 December 2015 | By

Key to Abu Dhabi Airports’ on-going development is to ensure that travellers who use its airports are given the best possible experience; in having the best services and facilities on offer and providing the best possible ‘flow’ through its airports. Chief Operations Officer, Ahmad Al Haddabi, tells us what passengers…


Airport Information Technology (IT) supplement 2015

27 November 2015 | By Maurice Jenkins, Phil Brown

In our latest free-to-view Airport IT Supplement, Maurice Jenkins, Director of Information Systems and Telecommunications at Miami International Airport explains how beacon technology is transforming passenger experience, plus Phil Brown, Executive Director at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority takes a look at what new technology is being embraced at Orlando…


Airport Passenger Flow supplement 2015

27 November 2015 | By Ahmad Al Haddabi, Matthys Serfontein, Neil Thompson

In our latest free-to-view Passenger Flow Supplement, read how Abu Dhabi is working to create the best possible passenger flow experience, find out how London Luton is being redeveloped to benefit passengers, and understand how smart technology can contribute to delivering efficient passenger processing...


An end-of-year report on UK Government policy on aviation and tourism

27 November 2015 | By Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association (AOA)

As Britain enters the Christmas holiday period, Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and Editorial Board Member of International Airport Review, gives a verdict on the Government’s approach to two of the UK’s most successful and interlinked sectors – aviation and tourism – underlining that there…


LED technology: Adelaide Airport’s journey

27 November 2015 | By Stephanie Bolt and Jimmy Low, Adelaide Airport

LED technology has fast become a proven and reliable replacement for interior, landside and airfield lighting. As Adelaide Airport’s Stephanie Bolt, Environment Manager, and Jimmy Low, Projects and Engineering Manager explain, LED technology has become a preferred option at Adelaide Airport for select lighting upgrades, not only as a way…


ATC: IFATCA – One sky, one voice

27 November 2015 | By Scott Shallies, Deputy President, IFATCA

The International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations (IFATCA) is the global professional voice of Air Traffic Controllers. Since its inception in 1961, IFATCA has grown, and is now representing over 50,000 controllers in 133 countries from all parts of the world. As its Deputy President Scott Shallies explains, IFATCA…


More than 25 years of successful, sustainable environmental protection at Hamburg Airport

27 November 2015 | By Axel Schmidt and Volker Budde-Steinacker from Hamburg Airport’s Environmental Protection Centre

Hamburg Airport acts as a powerful economic force by not only making a decisive contribution to the successful economic development of northern Germany, but also underlines its responsibility as a modern, environmentally conscious company, well beyond the legal requirements. For International Airport Review, Axel Schmidt and Volker Budde-Steinacker from Hamburg…