Airports of the World - Jan/Feb 2009

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FEATURES

AUF WIEDERSEHEN, TEMPELHOF
Barry Woods-Turner, editor of our sister publication Airlines - The Global Collection, was in Berlin to witness the closure of the city's iconic Tempelhof airport.

SUBIC BAY - LOOKING FOR NEW OPPORTUNITIES
The Philippines' newest airport is now 13 years old, but the site has a fascinating history owing more to its naval connections than to aviation. Ron Mak examines the background to Subic BayInternationalAirport as it strives to attract more traffic.

ACCRA/KOTOKA - WEST AFRICA'S HUB
Guy Zunino reports on how a rise in traffic at the main international gateway into Ghana is making the airport a reference for good practice in West Africa. .

UK AIRPORT TRAFFIC
The latest official traffic statistics from the UK Civil Aviation Authority show mixed fortunes for the country's commercial airports.

CALGARY'S BIG AMBITIONS
Paolo Giannico visits CalgaryInternationalAirport in Alberta, Canada, and discovers its ambitious plans to become a major gateway to North America.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

COMMENTS
A selection of readers' comments on subjects covered in the magazine

GLOSSARY
A glossary of terms to provide explanations to a number of abbreviations and acronyms that regularly appear in the pages of Airports of the World.

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