Airports of the World - Nov/Dec 2009

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FEATURES

EUROPE'S SOUTHERN CROSSROADS (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Rome Fiumicino is the Italian capital's primary international airport and a vital part of the nation's transport infrastructure. Marco Finelli takes an in-depth look.

A STEP INTO A COLONIAL PAST
AsmaraAirport offers great potential - if the Eritrean tourist industry can exploit the country's natural wonders in the aftermath of decades of turmoil. Simone Bovi investigates.

JAKARTA'S DOWNTOWN DOMESTIC TERMINUS
Paul Howard visited Indonesia's vibrant capital city, Jakarta, to discover how its domestic hub, HalimPerdanakusumaAirport, has developed over the past six decades.

OPENING UP QUEBEC TO THE WORLD
Luigi Vallero writes from the stunning Canadian city of Quebec, and charts the development of its international airport over the last 70 years.

IS THIS STOCKHOLM?
John Colson flies to Stockholm/Skavsta, which has pitched itself into the low-cost market to serve the Swedish capital, albeit from a distance of over 60 miles.

THE OTHER SIDE OF COLOMBIA (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Cartagena Rafael N£¤ez Airport in Colombia which serves a vibrant Caribbean resort, Matt Falcus examines both the airport and the town.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

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

GLOSSARY
We explain some of the abbreviations and acronyms that regularly appear in the pages of Airports of the World.

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