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Bengaluru International Airport… Ushering in the winds of change!

1 October 2010 | By Marcel Hungerbuehler, President of BIAL

Two years into operation, the Bengaluru International Airport is already seeing close to 10 million passengers annually. Marcel Hungerbuehler, President of Bangalore International Airport Limited looks back at the year gone by… At the Bengaluru International Airport, the watchword is change. The Airport constantly upgrades itself, always meeting and often…

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Deicing at Denver International Airport

7 February 2009 | By Keith D. Pass, Environmental Programme Administrator, Denver International Airport

As the newest major international hub airport in the United States, Denver International Airport (DEN) has benefitted from its planners' foresight in acquiring enough land (53 square miles) to allow ample room for future growth. When developing both the airport's design and layout, DEN's planners also made sure to incorporate…

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Canada worldwide

5 October 2011 | By Karen Medweth, Director of Air Service Development and Marketing, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, which serves a catchment area with a population comparative to Greater London, is surrounded by a booming industrial growth area and along with its own regional natural attractions, is just an hour’s drive to one of the world’s most famous sites, Niagara Falls. Driving…

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Athens International Airport: Powered by the sun

7 February 2012 | By Dimitris Dolapsakis, Manager of Asset Management, Athens International Airport

Towards the end of 2011, the sun rose to shine for the first time on the newly inaugurated Photovoltaic (PV) park at Athens International Airport (AIA), the largest unified PV installation at an airport worldwide. AIA’s PV park is expected to contribute significantly to the airport’s target of reducing its…

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Oslo Airport – Europe’s most efficient airport

13 December 2010 | By Oslo Airport

Oslo Airport (OSL) is Norway’s main airport located at Gardermoen in the municipality of Ullensaker, approximately 47 kilometres north of Oslo. The airport serviced 18.1 million passengers in 2009 and has been named Europe’s most punctual airport four times by the AEA (Association of European Airlines). The airport has a…

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Prague: The airport city of the future

18 February 2013 | By Jirví Pos, CEO, Prague Airport Company

Two historic milestones came to pass at Prague International Airport in 2012. In April, the airport celebrated its 75th anniversary of operations. This was followed by the renaming of the airport in October to Václav Havel Airport Prague, in honour of the first president of Czechoslovakia and subsequently the Czech…

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Europe’s new gateway

29 March 2012 | By Prof. Dr. Rainer Schwarz, CEO of Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport starts operating on 3 June 2012. The new airport will be Berlin’s new gateway to the world. It is a next-generation hub airport with a strong focus on European traffic as a feeder for long-haul connections. Following the start of construction work in September 2006, we officially…

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Billund Airport: Pioneering self-service

18 February 2013 | By Anders Nielsen, Vice President, Project and Development, Billund Airport

When it comes to air travel, efficient passenger flow through the airport is crucial for both a positive passenger experience, and efficient use of airport resources. Self-service check-in for seats solved part of the issue, but the efficiencies are lost if you have to stand in a queue to check-in…

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Airport Profile: Bahrain International Airport

16 February 2015 | By Mohamed Thamir Al Kaabi, Chief Airport Operating Officer, Bahrain International Airport

Proud of its deep-rooted history in aviation, Mohamed Thamir Al Kaabi, Chief Airport Operating Officer of Bahrain International Airport (BIA) explains how it continues to uphold its reputation as a significant transit and cargo hub in the Arabian Gulf. Home to global commercial and cargo airlines since its establishment as…

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Technology drives customer service at Halifax Stanfield International Airport

1 February 2018 | By

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is well known for its hospitality and customer service, consistently ranking among the best airports in the world. In an interview for International Airport Review, Halifax International Airport Authority’s Craig Paul, Director of Business Solutions and Information Technology, explains that the foundation of the airport’s approach…

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Final Call: Kjeld Binger

1 August 2012 | By Mark Glover, Commissioning Editor, International Airport Review

In the first of a new series that profiles key individuals from the airport world, Mark Glover from International Airport Review spoke to Kjeld Binger, CEO of Airport International Group (AIG) about the new terminal at the Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan and the role that cargo plays in…

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