It’s been a rather odd week in regards to airport related news as we’ve seen three news articles about three separate people dying at an airport or on a flight this week. And none of the incidents sounded like daily business:
Continue reading This week: 2 deaths at airports, 1 on plane & more
It’s been a terrible week for civil aviation with the shot down Malaysia Airlines flight from Amsterdam. Here’s our overview of all our topics:
Continue reading This week: Grief in Amsterdam & Kuala Lumpur after MH17 tragedy & more
This week we bring you airport news from India, Australia, England, China and New Zealand with topics ranging from the opening of a new celebrity chef restaurant to fog that disrupted many travellers plans.
Continue reading This week: new airport dining, fog delays and increased security measures
It was a semi-busy airport week, this one. But, as always, it depends how you actually define “busy”. Surely the news kept flowing in in similar rates, but we didn’t see as much drama as in previous weeks. We think, that’s a good thing, of course. We still managed to find you some real jewels though. Let’s call them out: fog, strike, staff training and an airport sell out – sounds interesting?
Continue reading This week: an unusual auction, fog and strike
Last night as part of the Passenger Terminal Expo 2011 held in Copenhagen, Skytrax announced this years World Airport Awards. The most prestigious price, Airport of the Year, went to Hong Kong International (IATA: HKG) for the 8th time since 2000. LateDeparture video reviewed the award winning airport. Last year’s winner Singapore Changi (IATA: SIN) came second and South Korea’s Incheon International Airport (IATA: ICN) third.
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