Airports International - Aug-Sep 2017

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NEWS HEADLINES

SCANDINAVIAN AND NORDIC FEATURE

OSLO: OPEN FOR EVEN MORE BUSINESS
Oslo Gardermoen’s stylish terminal has even more capacity, thanks to its recent extension. Tom Allett reports.

ENERGETIC EXERCISE
Tom Allett explains how Finavia is to boost its environmental programme at its 22 airports.

WINTER SERVICES
HELSINKI’S SPIKED MONSTER
Tom Allett notes the arrival of a new beast brought in to battle the worst of the Finnish winter.

DEALING WITH THE DEPTHS OF WINTER
Quebec City Jean-Lesage International Airport must be ready for the second-highest snowfall of any Canadian airport. Carroll McCormick explains.

BAGGAGE / SECURITY / IT

MEETING THE STANDARD
Bristol Airport has risen to the challenge of upgrading to Standard 3 baggage screening and is ahead of schedule, as Tom Allett explains.

TRAVELLING BY NUMBERS
New SITA statistics say technology is making a difference at every step of the passenger journey.

RESOLVING THE ISSUE
As the Resolution 753 deadline draws ever closer, IATA has joined forces with A4A to highlight its requirements.

AIRFIELD LIGHTING

NEW GLOW AT THE GATE
LED fixtures that respond to gate usage have been introduced at Vancouver International Airport. Carroll McCormick reports.

PASSENGER SERVICES

ARE WE KILLING THE GOLDEN GOOSE?
A word about customer service, from Nick Mower MRAeS.

PRODUCTS & SERVICES
A review of industry announcements.

APPOINTMENTS
Recent aviation industry appointments.