Airports of the World - Sept/Oct 2010

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LONDON ALTERNATIVES
In light of the change of UK Government policy regarding runway capacity, the Editor examines the options available to cope with the expected increased demand for flights at London's airports.

BERGAMO'S LOW-COST REVIVAL (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Simone Bovi visits Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport in Italy, an alternative gateway to the Milan region.

OLD MEETS NEW IN COLOMBIA
Matt Falcus travels to Bogota's El Nuevo Dorado Airport and discovers impressive plans for the future.

THAI TRIBULATIONS (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Bangkok's striking gateway - Suvarnabhumi International Airport - has been operating for four years now. Charles Tyler charts the convoluted history of the city's two airports and their future prospects.

AN EYE TOWARD THE FUTURE
Building upon its successes, Philadelphia International Airport continues to forge ahead with key improvements and an ambitious plan for modernisation. Timothy J Hampp takes a closer look.

HAITI AFTER THE QUAKE
Geoff Jones returns to Hispaniola and the poverty-stricken country of Haiti, still reeling from the after-effects of the January 12 earthquake.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

BEHIND THE SCENES - A DAY WITH THE ADM
The role of Airport Duty Manager is taxing, tiring and vital to the smooth running of a busy airport. Martyn Cartledge spent a cold winter's day with Dean Terry at Manchester.

UK AIRPORT VISITORS
Readers' gallery featuring some of the more interesting aircraft to visit the UK's airports recently.

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

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