Airports of the World - July/August 2009

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FEATURES

TURNING THE CORNER?
The Editor attends the fourth annual Routes Europe regional forum, held this year in Prague, and discovers an industry eagerly looking ahead to 2010 when an upturn in economic conditions is expected.

RESURGENT PHNOM PENH (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Charles Tyler reports from Pochentong International Airport on how it is preparing to serve Cambodia's capital as the country emerges from decades of turmoil.

TRANSITION AT SHARJAH
Sharjah International airport is reinventing itself thanks to resident carrier Air Arabia. Luigi Vallero takes a closer look at developments.

CENTRAL AMBITIONS (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
The Editor visits Prague Ruzyně Airport as it prepares for privatisation and further expansion.

A WEEKEND IN OUAGADOUGOU
Sub-Saharan Africa at its best - Geoff Jones reports from the capital city of the People's Democratic Republic of Burkina Faso.

DESIGN-CONSCIOUS BILBAO
The airport serving the Spanish city of Bilbao is one where architecture meets functionality. Luigi Vallero takes a closer look.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

AIRPORT TECH
A green fix?
With greenhouse gas emissions by the aviation industry remaining a hot topic, Thomas Budd looks at the way the industry and airports in particular are embracing 'green technologies' to help reduce such harmful emissions.

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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