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Airport World is the official magazine of The Airports Council International (ACI) World
Airport World is the official magazine of The Airports Council International (ACI) World

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The new Airport World - Safety & Security issue, is now available. Visit to view it online, or subscribe on the Airport World website now.

The new Airport World - Planning & Design issue, is now available. Visit to view it online, or subscribe on the Airport World website now.

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New issue of Airport World out now!

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Air France opens new lounge at New York JFK - Air France has unveiled its fully renovated lounge at Terminal 1 in New York’s JFK International Airport. Exclusively reserved for customers travelling in la première and business, and flying blue elite plus members, the lounge features a host of services, offering even greater comfort before a passenger’s trip. The new lounge welcomes customers into a relaxing environment and features white and wooden decor with touches of ...

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Associations call on EU to reject price hike plan - Germany has determined a 16.6% increase in its charges to airlines for air traffic control services from January 1, 2015. European airline associations says this proposed "outrageous price hike", is almost 40 times the rate of the Euro area inflation, and is not acceptable to the airspace users’ community. They say it is completely at odds with the objective of the European Union performance scheme, which aims to regul...

New automated border control kiosks launched in Jamaica - Passengers arriving at the airports in Kingston and Montego Bay in Jamaica can look forward to faster border clearance with the launch of new automated border control (ABC) kiosks. The Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) of Jamaica today announced that kiosks, supplied by SITA, will use sophisticated biometric checks to process passengers quickly and securely, and traveller throughput at the borde...

Warsaw Chopin has record passenger traffic month - Warsaw Chopin Airport had another record month in November with 93,000 domestic passengers (up 0.7%) and 653,000 travellers on international flights (up 8%). In the 11 months of 2014, Chopin Airport has though served a total of over 9.8 million passengers (down 1.6%), including nearly 8.7 million in international traffic (down 2.7%) and over 1,1 million domestically (up 7,6%). The number of aircraft movements in Novembe...

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Busiest ever November at Gatwick - Gatwick achieved its 21st successive month of growth in November, with more than 2.4 million passengers flying through the airport. This was 5.8% up on last year, representing an additional 135,000 travellers, and it was the gateway’s busiest ever November. Long-haul continues to play a key role in growth with an increase of 9.9% - thanks mainly to Norwegian Air’s low-cost flights to New York and Los Angeles, while other long-haul grow...

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People matters - Continuing success - Dr Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on: Sustaining high performance. Being a high performing organisation at any given moment is great, but it counts for very little if that level of performance isn’t sustainable. The world does not stand still. The bar is continuously being raised as competitive pressures, innovation, new technologies and stakeholder expectations combine to change perceptions of what is mea...

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New Rostov Airport in Russia gets go ahead - The new Rostov Airport in southern Russia, designed by London-based practice Twelve Architects, has been granted Proekt, full approval for the design to move ahead to construction. The news was announced as enabling works on site to prepare transport and utilities infrastructure got underway, and the gateway, which is being developed by Airports of the Regions, will be completed ready for the FIFA World Cup in 2018. Twelve Ar...
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