Modernisation of the old part of Warsaw Chopin’s Terminal A has effectively given the airport a brand new, state-of-the-art facility. This has created new opportunities for the growing airport, in terms of facilitating further route development and continuing to enhance the passenger experience. Michał Kaczmarzyk, Director, Warsaw Chopin Airport, shared his vision with Ross Falconer.
Phase 2 of the investment programme to transform Sydney Airport’s T1 is now underway, marking the start of the next stage in its strategy to deliver a world-class experience for passengers, visitors and staff. The renovation addresses the need for more direct paths through the terminal, clearer sight lines, better wayfinding, more passenger seating closer to gates, and an overall superior customer experience.
After three years of extensive consultation, evidence gathering and analysis, the Airports Commission has finally delivered its recommendation that a new runway at London Heathrow is the best option for expanded airport capacity. While the UK Government has announced that it will make its final decision by the end of the year, Airport Business reports on UK airports’ initial reactions to yesterday’s announcement.
Serbia’s primary gateway is investing more than €20 million in the expansion and modernisation of its facilities in order to manage the burgeoning passenger numbers it is experiencing, as the nation’s air transport industry flourishes.
Bristol Airport is continuing to transform the airport experience for its passengers, with its next major construction project commencing in July. The £24 million (€34m) west terminal extension will transform security processes to ease congestion and deliver faster, more efficient processes ready for the busy summer 2016.