Airports of the World - Mar/April 2019

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Airports of the World’s comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including Helsinki unveiling its ‘Aukio’ terminal extension, a record 2018 for London’s airports, Durham Tees Valley returns to public ownership, Emirates brings its super jumbo to Glasgow for the summer and Manchester plans a new private terminal offering a ‘business jet’ experience.

Unstoppable Growth
Taiwan’s geographical and political issues are not hindering the impressive growth of the nation’s two largest airports.

Buenos Aires Newcomer Grows Fast
Airliners and the Argentine military operate cheek-by-jowl at the capital’s newest airport.

Resurgent Keflavík
How Iceland’s main gateway has been turned from a sleeping giant into a booming facility.

Snapshot – Trinidad
A selection of historic photographs from Piarco International Airport, Port of Spain.

Airports in the Freezer
Airport operators in the arctic regions of northern Canada beat the odds every day to combat the harsh winter weather and preserve the region’s important air links.

Spotting Spot – Jet-setting Around Europe
A day’s photography on the Continent proves you don’t have to be an international man of mystery or a seasoned globetrotter to visit several different countries in the same day.

Gateway to Kimberley
Broome International Airport in north western Australia supports a host of different operations, from holiday and business travel through to the important work of The Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Snapshot – Tokyo
A selection of colourful airliners operating at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport.

A Canadian Lifeline
Describing Kuujjuaq Airport as remote hardly does it justice, with no roads and only a summer boat connection to the rest of the world, the facility provides a vital link during the arctic winter.

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

How to Make Flying More ReLAXing
As the fourth busiest airport in the world, Los Angeles International Airport strives to provide the best possible passenger experience while ensuring safe and efficient operations. To meet ever-increasing demands, the Pacific hub is undertaking the largest modernisation programme in its history.