Airports of the World - July/Aug 2016

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Mabuhay Manila
Luigi Vallero visits the most densely populated city on the planet.

Heathrow at 70
Heathrow Airport recently celebrated its 70th birthday. Editor Andy Martin took an airside tour.

Ogle-ing Aeroplanes
Ogle is the second airport serving Georgetown. Jay Selman reports from Guyana.

Chris Frame reviews a recently renovated airport in Western Australia.

Siem Reap
Sebastian Schmitz explores the temples at Angkor Wat and the nearby airport in Cambodia.

The USA’s least used airport.

Fort Lauderdale
Editor Andy Martin provides an update on the South Florida airport after its new runway opened.

Paris Charles de Gaulle
A look at France’s busiest hub airport.

Johannesburg Rand
Before O R Tambo opened, South Africa’s largest city was served by Rand. Sebastian Schmitz takes a walk around the aprons.


Detailed news coverage from the global airport scene.

A visit to Indonesia
The airline industry was burgeoning in Indonesia in the 1980s. Charles Tyler takes a look at what was on offer.

Snapshot – Rio de Janeiro
Twenty-eight years ago, Ron Mak took his camera to the Brazilian city that will shortly host the Olympic Games.

UK Airport Visitors
Our readers’ gallery – featuring a selection of the more interesting aircraft that have recently visited UK airports.

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