Wow, we’re back in business as this week has been a super busy one with lots of interesting airport news. So here’s our selection for this week in the overview:
Continue reading This week: Beijing’s new airport, cancellations at SFO and BOS & more
Another week is coming to and end and with that it’s time for our weekly airport news recap. Here’s what we found this week:
Continue reading This week: Explosive device forgotten at Sydney Airport, Google Airport & more
It’s been a rather busy week in the world of airport related news, as we had to pick our top stories carefully for you this week. Here they are:
Continue reading This week: Fire causes havoc in Chicago, Beijing to expand & more
Well, we should really titled our review “last week’s news” as we’re a day late to our usual news round-up. Nevertheless and assuming we’re forgiven, here are the news topics for this, eerrr last week:
Continue reading This week: London’s airport fight continues, Sydney worst in Oz & more
This has been a dark week for the aviation industry with the missing Malaysia airlines flight. Our thoughts are with the families of the passengers and crew on that flight. Obviously this incident is our top story, however we did find a few other news bites this week too:
Continue reading This week: Dark times for Malaysia Airlines, AA mishaps, Kathmandu fire & more
It’s already Sunday here in Australia and with that time again for our weekly updates. This week we have the following topics for you
Continue reading This week: Bomb set off in Beijing, turtels discovered in India & more
The London Olympics are over but if you think that’s the end of Olympic airport news, you’re in the wrong. We found two news articles even after the flames were extinguished. Then, there was a jet skier causing troubles in New York, a further worrying update from Berlin and a “Jackass” in North Carolina.
Continue reading This week Jackass, Olympics, Berlin delays and the longest walk
Pre-Christmas time is definitely a busy period for everyone and it’s therefore no surprise that airports around the planet stirred up a lot of headlines this week as well. On Tuesday we brought you a piece about the newly proposed Thames Hub in the United Kingdom yet today we have a cat and mouse game from down-under, environmental impacts in Scotland and Beijing as well as two tabloid stories from the United States for you.
Continue reading This week: a cat & mouse game from down-under plus more
This week has been a mixed one. While it certainly wasn’t a quiet one for the US East Coast airports, elsewhere, things were more on the normal side with one notable exception: China. But enough of the vagueness, let’s get straight into it:
Continue reading This week: Irene’s legacy and China’s security change
In 2017 the Beijing New International Airport (BNIA) will open for business and will then become the world’s largest airport in terms of aircraft movements. Clearly such a large airport needs an extraordinary master plan. NACO, a Dutch airport planning company recently won the design for the master plan – we wrote about it in our weekly news. We now have the chance to speak to NACO’s managing director, Rik Krabbendam to ask him a few more questions.
Continue reading Interview with NACO’s managing director about Beijing New International Airport