Airports of the World - Nov/Dec 2011

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THE WORLD'S END
Located right at the tip of South America is the world's most southerly international airport - Ushuaia Malvinas, Argentina's International Airport. Robbie Shaw takes the long trip south to investigate.

REDSEA OASIS
As the Israeli Government approves the building of a new $472m international airport in the TimnaValley near Eilat, Paul Howard visits the city's current facility - J Hozman Airport.

FRANCE WITH A GERMAN TWIST..
The French city of Strasbourg is home to the European Parliament and, as Luigi Vallero discovered, its airport is a vital hub for the `Euro Machine'.

MYANMAR'S GATEWAY
Paul Howard recently visited Myanmar's YangonInternationalAirport which serves the capital of this rather secretive nation.

PORT TRISLANDER
Geoff Jones reports from the ChannelIsland's AlderneyAirport, a vital communications hub between this idyllic place and the UK mainland.

PROVINCIAL PHILIPPINES
The Philippines Archipelago covers a considerable area and is served by a network of airports. Ron Mak makes a brief visit to one of them - Kalibo International, which is benefiting from recent investment.

KEY WEST - THE CONCH REPUBLIC
Marco Finelli visits the USA's southernmost international airport and discovers that it is enjoying buoyant growth in passenger numbers after a few lean years.

REGULARS

NEWS
Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

AIRPORT TECH - SCHIPHOL'S E-FREIGHT REVOLUTION
Amsterdam's SchipholAirport is Europe's third busiest air freight hub, but unlike most others it has plenty of space to expand its cargo facilities. It is also pioneering a digital revolution in the freight process. Editor Mark Nicholls finds out more.

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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