AIRPORT WORLD 2011, ISSUE 01
In the spotlight: Land development
Airports: Incheon, Dublin and Bangkok
Special report: ASQ winners
Plus: Airport design, leadership & charities
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In this issue…
You win again
Asia-Pacific airports shine again in the 2010 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) passenger satisfaction survey.
ACI director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on upcoming events, new revenue streams and emergency preparedness.
That winning feeling
As award winning Incheon International Airport celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, Joe Bates discovers that it is hungrier than ever for global success.
Dublin Airport is hoping its newly opened Terminal 2 will fulfil its goal of becoming a regional hub, writes Oliver Clark.
Joe Bates discovers more about the ambitions and development plans of Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
ACI’s Andreas Schimm considers the improved performance of the world’s airports in 2010 and their growing economic power.
Land of opportunity
Are airports making maximum use of their available land? Matthew Taylor considers how an airport can leverage its commercial real estate.
Energy on tap
Joe Bates reports on the growing trend of developing energy sources on airport sites.
A walk in the park
Airport business parks have moved from basic builds to world-class corporate locations, writes Oliver Clark.
Anyone for golf?
Robin Stone finds out more about the growing popularity of airport golf courses.
Chris LeTourneur and Andrew Fayn report on the growing trend of developing shopping malls and other retail facilities on airport sites.
Thinking beyond the perimeter
Dr John Kasarda reports on big plans to transform Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport into an airport city.
Room with a view
Peta Tomlinson discovers that hotels are fast becoming a must have asset for Asia-Pacific airports.
A good cause
Robin Stone learns more about the caring side of airports through the charities they support.
San Francisco’s T2 is an example of terminal design that is based on sustainable principles, inspired by local culture and geography, writes Gensler’s Bill Hooper Jr and Keith Thompson.
Terri Morrissey talks to Highlands and Islands Airports’ Inglis Lyon to discover more about the challenges facing the CEO of such a diverse portfolio of gateways.
Peta Tomlinson finds out more about the transformation of Avalon Airport from a small airstrip outside Melbourne into one of Australia’s fastest emerging gateways.
Da Nang International Airport.
ACI’s World Business Partners
The last word
Landrum & Brown’s Mark Perryman talks to Airport World about the popularity of airport real estate.