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How airports can manage the ‘tidal wave’ of COVID-19 documentation

Tech firm boss says collaboration is key with border control, immigration, ground handlers and airlines to minimise delays

Airports since 9/11 – what has changed?

The 9/11 terrorist attacks changed aviation forever. Two decades on, five senior industry stakeholders come together to discuss what is better, what is worse and what still needs to be done

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Tunnel vision

Making the most of pandemic-driven downtime, Sea-Tac focused...

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Food for thought

Food waste is a huge problem for the aviation sector. Marisa...

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The art of the matter

San Diego International is home to one of the most ambitious...

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In good company

US industry stalwart Lysa Scully joined Ferrovial Airports in...

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Bit by bit

The gradual opening of San Francisco International Airport’s...

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This way UP

There’s no denying that recent times have been grim for US...

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Airports International Autumn 2021

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

Frankfurt Airport prepared for pent-up travel demand

We speak to the head of Fraport’s terminal resource management department, Sascha Koenig, about the German hub’s readiness to reopen, the reconstruction of Terminal 2, and Covid-19 measures that could be here to stay