Airports of the World - May / June 2011

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FEATURES

FOR CULTURE, BUSINESS AND LEISURE

Marco Finelli examines Bologna's GuglielmoMarconiInternationalAirport and discovers one of Italy's fastest growing airports, ideally situated as a major transport hub.

ANDEAN GATEWAY (INC TRAVEL SPOT)
Luigi Vallero travels to Northwest Argentina and the city of Salta, high up in the Andes, where the airport is proving vital to the regional economy.

SILICONVALLEY'S AIRPORT
Ronald Kuhlmann examines the rollercoaster ride that Mineta San Jos‚ International Airport has endured during the past five decades and finds out how it is adapting to new challenges.

WATCH OUT SYDNEY?
Luigi Vallero visits Melbourne Tullamarine - Australia's fastest growing airport.

THE OTHER WAY TO CYPRUS
Aphrodite's island of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean is mostly accessed by air using LarnacaAirport. Martin Cartledge visits its other gateway at Paphos and finds a modern, convenient but underused facility.

SLOVAKIAN RENAISSANCE
The Editor visits Bratislava to see how the city's airport is coping in response to the global recession and serious competition from the neighbouring ViennaInternational

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

BEHIND THE SCENES - SEE BUY FLY
Amsterdam/Schiphol has a very distinctive brand of airport shopping. Yinka Jan Sojinu, one of its employees, looks at its success and how it has developed over the past 60 years.

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

HISTORIC SPOT - 50 YEARS OF DXB
Luigi Vallero recounts the history of DubaiInternationalAirport as the Middle Eastern hub celebrates its 50th birthday.

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

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