Airports of the World - March / April 2011

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DESERT GIANT

Luigi Vallero ventures to Dubai World Central and Al Maktoum International Airport to discover a vast facility that is paving the way for Dubai's air supremacy ambitions.

EIGHT DAYS TO ETERNITY
Martin Cartledge recounts the story of NicosiaInternationalAirport in Northern Cyprus.

UGANDAN PHOENIX
Robert Grant travels to Africa and discovers the small airport at Arua, Uganda, which has set its sights on becoming a big player in the nation's aviation infrastructure.

SERVING THE MED - FRENCH STYLE
Administered as a part of France, the Mediterranean island of Corsica provides a wealth of attractions for tourists all the year round. Luigi Vallero visited one of its airports, Figari-Sud Corse.

ICELANDICADVENTURE
VestmannaeyjarAirport serves a small community in the WestmanIslands off the coast of Iceland. Jozef Mols investigates.

FUELLING FARGO'S GROWTH
Paolo Giannico discovers that Fargo's HectorInternationalAirport, in North Dakota, is well placed to meet the vast state's air transport needs.

LOW COST - HIGHSTYLE
Cologne-BonnAirport
 used to serve the West German Federal capital. It has adapted to changes within the unified Germany and today serves as a vital transport hub, as Luigi Vallero discovered.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

AIRPORT TECH - SAN DIEGO'S GREEN BUILD
One of Southern California's most popular cities is San Diego. But its main airport has limited space to expand and so it has embarked on the Green Build Project to satisfy increasing demand.

UK AIRPORT VISITORS
Readers' gallery of 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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