Airports of the World

Airports of the World is a bi-monthly magazine providing the enthusiast with news and features on the global airport scene. Reporting on airports large and small around the world, it includes articles on both major city hubs and smaller regional airports to leisure and low cost airports. Topics covered include current operations, airline operators and future plans.

Airports of the World is no longer available in print format.

On a brighter note, however, your favourite magazine will not disappear completely and, it will be incorporated into Airliner World magazine. Inside you will continue to find all your favourite features relating to airports from across the globe.

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Back Issues

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Airports of the World Issue 88 - March-April 2020

Welcome to Airports of the World Issue 88 - March-April 2020

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Airports of the World Issue 97 - September-October 2021

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

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Airports of the World Issue 96 - July-August 2021

The full issue in page-turning PDF format

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Snapshot: The heart and Seoul of South Korea

Seoul’s Gimpo International Airport is the second gateway to the South Korean capital after Incheon and home to a majority of domestic links, including the world’s busiest air route. We join Peter Apsey for an October 2019 visit...

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How airports are recouping COVID losses

During March and April of this year, a £5 charge for vehicles dropping off passengers at both of Gatwick’s North and South Terminals was introduced. Are operators really this strapped for cash? Tara Craig examines how some gateways are recouping the dramatic losses of 2020

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Inside the brand-new Western Sydney Airport

With so many airports at a COVID-19-driven standstill, it is refreshing to see work continue on a new hub. Western Sydney Airport CEO Simon Hickey updates Tara Craig on progress

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Heading for hydrogen?

As airports around the world continue to showcase their ambitious net zero carbon targets, Tara Craig looks into a potential ‘wonder fuel’ for the future: hydrogen

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Inside Birmingham's revolutionary Eurohub terminal

The former Eurohub at Birmingham Airport would have been 30 this year. To mark the occasion, Lee Cross examines the history behind the revolutionary passenger terminal

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How London Southend is preparing to reopen its doors

While no UK facility has been immune to the turbulence of the...

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European airports' impending capacity crunch

Airports across the UK and Europe are poised for a looming capacity crunch as both COVID-19 and ongoing environmental concerns have halted most expansion plans. Callum Tennant investigates what this could mean and looks at how sustainable technologies could overcome such challenges

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Getting to the Green Coast

Brazil’s Costa Verde is a popular holiday hotspot, thanks to its beautiful beaches and landscape. However, two of its aerial gateways, Angra dos Reis and Paraty, have often lacked scheduled air links. This all changed in December 2020, as Daniel R Carneiro finds out