The man changing your perception of the airline, the airport & Qatar

Akbar Al Baker, CEO, Doha International Airport and Qatar Airways.The story of Qatari aviation is one of vibrant growth and development, built on a philosophy of superior service and quality. It is the perfect example of a fully-formed strategy, which places aviation at the heart of the nation’s desire for growth. Spearheading this growth is Akbar Al Baker, CEO, Doha International Airport and Qatar Airways, and a ubiquitous business ambassador for his country. He outlined his clearly defined vision to Ross Falconer. Read the full article »

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Frankfurt Airport Official Report 2011

Frankfurt Airport Official Report 2011

This special report, a collaboration between anna.aero, ACI EUROPE and Fraport, explores the ongoing investment to secure a competitive future for Frankfurt Airport. Entitled ’50 percent more Frankfurt Airport’, the publication features in-depth analysis and interviews with Fraport’s senior management, covering the new fourth runway, pioneering real estate developments, an ambitious retail strategy, Fraport’s commitment to customer service, and more. The publication also includes features on the ongoing developments at other airports in which Fraport has a business interest, including Antalya, Lima and Perm airports.

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London Gatwick Airport Official Report 2011

London Gatwick Airport Official Report 2011

This special magazine collaboration documents the ongoing £1 billion transformation of Gatwick Airport, as well as its vision for the future following the acquisition by Global Infrastructure Partners. The publication highlights the significant developments underway in both North and South Terminals, and the airfield. This special report features interviews with Gatwick’s senior management and covers the myriad aspects of airport operations, including design and planning, environment and sustainability, commercial strategy, security, IT, and baggage processing.

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