The coronavirus pandemic has afforded many airports the opportunity to expand their work within their local community. For International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the CEO of London Luton Airport (LTN), Alberto Martin, highlights LTN’s efforts in this field, and his hopes that this will continue, even as the airport looks…
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Brisbane Airport’s new runway was five decades in the making and under construction for eight years. Paul Coughlan, Head of Infrastructure Development at Brisbane Airport Corporation, speaks to International Airport Review about why it represents a runway into the future.
Maxim Romanenko, Director of Ground Handling at Pulkovo Airport, writes of the lessons learned from adapting and thinking swiftly in response to the unprecedented environment caused by COVID-19 and how these successes can be taken forward in the sector as the virus loosens its hold.
In the most recent instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Marius Gelžinis, CEO of Lithuanian Airports, is optimistic of the sector’s recovery post-COVID-19 as he evaluates the balance of passengers’ needs and desire to travel, while keeping safety as the highest priority.
On 8 February 2021, Berlin Brandenburg Airport achieved a significant milestone - 100 days of operation. Jan-Peter Haack, spokesperson for BER Airport, discusses the airport’s first few months of operation and the challenges of opening a brand new airport in the middle of a pandemic.
Following notable increases in air cargo demand towards the end of 2020 after poor performance throughout the year, the industry was able to reach pre-COVID-19 levels in January 2021.
In this video, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, is interviewed by Fethi Chebil, Airport PPP Expert. Together, they discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global airport business; the restart and recovery of the industry post-pandemic; the ACI World Airport Health Accreditation; health passports;…
The future of airport furniture and how it can help to shape the passenger experience and prevent the spread of COVID-19
Adele Kamel, Head of Global Marketing, and Johan Berhin, Founder, from Green Furniture Concept discuss the future of airport furniture and how it can help to shape the passenger experience and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Renovations at Guadalajara Airport will include an additional runway and new terminal building, as well as a redesign of the commercial space in the existing building.
For aviation to play its part in the UK’s economic recovery, airports need to fulfil their potential
Alberto Martin, CEO of London Luton Airport, discusses the important role that airports will play post-pandemic in helping the UK to ‘build back better’, as well as the projects that are currently underway at Luton Airport to ensure that, once passengers return, there will be enough capacity to support them.
Fraport Greece's €440 million development programme benefited a total of 14 airports located across both the Greek mainland and islands.
The new logistics centre will support Munich Airport's decarbonisation efforts, as well as offer sufficient capacity for airport subsidiaries and companies outside of the FMG Group.
As a result of a fall in passenger traffic due to COVID-19, Finavia has been able to begin the renovations a year earlier than originally planned.
Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Managing Director of Munich Airport International’s (MAI) Business Division, spoke to International Airport Review about the key challenges and questions that airports need to address sooner rather than later, highlighting best practices and using Munich International Airport (MUC) as an example.
The new master plan is a long-term vision for how London City Airport can recover from COVID-19 and ensure future growth in a sustainable and responsible way.