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Issue 3 2022 of International Airport Review will be edited by Luis Felipe de Oliveira. Watch this exclusive interview to find out more.
Luis Felipe de Oliveira is the first ever guest Editor of International Airport Review and will be addressing the key themes which are most important to the airport sector at this time.
The latest ACI data provides new insights into airports' financial health during the first year of the pandemic
In this article, we review which airports had the highest passenger numbers in 2021, based on the total number of departing, arriving, transferring and direct passengers, throughout COVID-19.
In this article, we review which airports handled the largest amount of cargo by metric tonne that passed through the airport in 2021, with consideration for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has welcomed VINCI Airport’s new modernisation phase, aimed to improve the airport’s environmental performance and operations efficiency.
The International Airport Online Summit which took place on 15-17 March, was a huge success. In case you missed out, we have highlighted three of key panel sessions that we think you should catch up on.
Thomas Romig, Vice President Safety Security and Operations at ACI, shares his insight into the multifaceted challenges currently facing the ground handling sector, and explains why the interdependent relationship between air operators, airports, and ground handling sector providers is key to solving them.
Airports Council International has released new guidance to help ensure airports strengthen their non-aeronautical revenue, contributing to both the passenger experience and post-pandemic recovery.
Bangalore International Airport has been awarded the Airports Council International World’s ‘Voice of the Customer’ for the its ongoing efforts to support passengers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to Queen Alia International Airport’s prioritisation of passengers and ensuring their voice was heard throughout the pandemic in 2021, the airport has, again, been awarded ‘The Voice of the Customer’.
Airports Council International World’s latest edition of the ASQ Global Traveller Survey reveals that passengers are remaining positive regarding their willingness to travel by air.
Airports Council International has requested for more governments to reopen borders and relax quarantine requirements, to prevent repeat of a dismal year for Asia-Pacific and Middle East airports.