100 days since its inauguration, Munich Airport’s satellite terminal has already achieved impressive results. The satellite has handled over two million passengers, with a quarter of them travelling on intercontinental routes.
Keflavik Airport has experienced a rapid increase in traffic in 2016, with passenger growth of almost 35% compared with last year. Björn Óli Hauksson, CEO of Isavia, told Marta Dimitrova about the airport’s efforts in maintaining a high level of services, fulfilling its Master Plan to 2040, and its infrastructure and environmental projects.
In response to ever-evolving passenger demands, airports across Europe are taking inventive approaches to simplifying and differentiating passenger experiences. Ryan Ghee explores some of the latest innovations
London Gatwick Airport is another step closer to its goal of eliminating queues with the opening of a new state-of-the-art security area in the North Terminal.
Dublin Airport has teamed up with Skyscanner to provide a suite of data technology services. Skyscanner will provide Dublin Airport with a big dataset through its Travel Insight tool, which taps into the global search data from its 50 million monthly visitors.
Gebr. Heinemann has enhanced the shopping experience with a fresh look for its Budapest Airport stores this summer, while the airport’s monthly passenger traffic growth in the period to end-June has exceeded 9%.
Met Office’s new enhanced and upgraded version of its OpenRunway product provides site-specific weather forecast information to enable airports and airlines make better informed decisions in all conditions, while increasing safety and efficiency.
2016 is ACI EUROPE’s 25th anniversary year. Here, a selection of airport members and World Business Partners offer their congratulations, share their thoughts on the evolution of the airports sector over the past 25 years, and look ahead to the next 25. Report by Ross Falconer.