Dr. Mirjam Wiedemann, Lecturer and Researcher in Aviation at the University of South Australia, offers a prediction on how airport cities will manage post COVID-19.
List view / Grid view
Filter the results
Dr. Max Hirsh discusses the key drivers that distinguish successful airport real estate projects from their less successful peers.
A multi-airport system is to be implemented in Indonesia between four airports which will support each other and the wider economy.
Jewel Changi is not just a functional airport building, designed to move people through quickly so they can reach their destination. It was designed to be the destination.
Fred Lam, CEO of Airport Authority Hong Kong, spoke to us about the SKYCITY development and how it will further reinforce HKIA’s role as international aviation hub.
To diversify its business offerings, Munich Airport has developed LabCampus, a subsidiary of the airport which will provide a cross-industry innovation centre. Managing Director of LabCampus, Dr Marc Wagener, reveals how the new venture will benefit the champions of the innovation sector.
With airports playing increasingly important roles as business magnets and metropolitan economic accelerators, John D. Kasarda, PhD, President of the Aerotropolis Institute China, describes this aerotropolis development process and how it is being applied in China to attract investment, boost trade, and increase passenger and cargo volumes.
The complex is expected to cost $2.5 billion and will feature retail, dining and entertainment facilities.
The SkyCity Office One complex at Stockholm Arlanda Airport is 15,000 square metres in size, ten storeys high and located immediately adjacent to the Stockholm Arlanda Airport international Terminal 5 and domestic Terminal 4.
Four new hotels are to be erected in Airport City Manchester in a bid to create a hotel district.
The Turnbull and Berejiklian governments and eight Western Sydney councils have today agreed on a "landmark" Western Sydney City Deal two years after it was first put forward.
Late to the urbanisation game, airports were often an add-on to a city's development. Today, operators and local authorities are striving to turn airports into economic and commercial hubs in and of themselves, an aerotropolis. But the journey is rife with pitfalls. Dr Mirjam Wiedemann of WiedemannConsultants GmbH tells us…
Two years ahead of a new mega airport opening in one of the world's most populated cities, the news that Beijing Airport is getting greener is music to many ears.
A report has found that 52,000 fewer households are impacted by noise at Heathrow Airport than they were 11 years ago.