Airports of the World - Jan/Feb 2019

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Airports of the World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including: the UK and US agree ‘Open Skies’ pact, Mexico rejects new airport, Alaskan Airlines reveals Paine Field plans, and Emirates celebrates ten years of Airbus A380 operations at Heathrow.

Built for the World
As Turkey unveils what is potentially the world’s largest airport in Istanbul, there is still much work to be completed before it becomes fully functional.

The Changing Face of Australian Airports
A report from the 2018 Australian Airports Association’s National Conference looking at the state of the nation’s airports and exciting plans for future growth.

Finding Treasure in the Trash
A visit to two of the largest aircraft scrapyards in the world reveals what happens when aircraft are retired from flying.

Beating the Odds
Stockholm is one of the world’s most environmentally conscious cities, so how does the downtown Bromma airport continue to thrive?

Brazil’s Friendly Airport
Belo Horizonte, the nation’s third largest city, has a thriving airport with bold ambitions.

Snapshot – Amsterdam
A selection of historic photos from Schiphol Airport.

Ontario’s Secret is Out
Renewed local control is proving to be the secret for success at California’s Ontario International Airport. This regional facility has a long and chequered history competing with its mighty neighbour LAX.

Spotting Spot – Las Vegas
Opportunities for aviation enthusiasts to pursue their hobby at the airports in and around the gaming capital of the world.

Where Airbuses and Gliders Co-exist
The German North Sea island of Sylt is best known for its holiday resorts. It’s connected to the mainland by just a railway line, so most visitors choose to fly through the island’s airport that boasts two terminals.

UK Visitors
A selection of the more interesting aircraft recently visiting UK airports.

Capital Ambitions
Today, Edinburgh Airport is one of the busiest and fastest growing in the UK. Its ambitious management team is driving hard towards a target of 20 million passengers per year, ensuring the hard work continues.