Airports of the World - Nov/Dec 2005

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Features

Eindhoven Expansion
Ton Jochems details the new passenger terminal recently opened at Eindhoven.

Australia's Jewel - Brisbane International Airport
Paul Lister writes from Australia on the thriving airport at Brisbane.

Santa Paula Celebrates 75 Years
Geoff Jones reports from California as a small airport marks its 75th anniversary.

Toulon-HyŠres
In spite of its location on the French Riviera, this small international airport is not particularly well known. Guy Zunino pays a visit to find out what it has to offer.

Booming Berlin
As Berlin flourishes in its resurgent position as Germany's capital city, Mark Nicholls visits Sch”nefeld - soon to be the site of the new Berlin Brandenburg International Airport.

Routes 2005
The Editor went to Copenhagen for the eleventh World Route Development Forum, which this year attracted a record attendance by airlines and airports.

Re-shaping Seattle Tacoma
Mark Nicholls examines the way in which the airport has re-shaped itself to meet the needs of the aviation market in the American northwest.

Sharjah - Middle Eastern Magic!
Located in the United Arab Emirates, Sharjah is well known for its huge variety of cargo operations, but now, passenger flights are also on the increase. Tom Allett reports.

Glasgow
Airliner World's Richard Maslen visits Glasgow International Airport to get the latest on the Scottish airport's plans.