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.Take me to Airliner World
The Canary Island of Lanzarote has been a hotspot for European holidaymakers for decades. While COVID-19 has thrown a temporary spanner in the works, its popularity – especially with aviation enthusiasts – is set to soar once again post-pandemic, as Tom Batchelor finds out
For the avid aviation enthusiast, certain airports across the globe are gold mines when it comes to capturing rare airlines and aircraft types. St Petersburg, Russia’s second-largest city and home to the Pulkovo gateway, is a prime example as Clive Grant found out in September 2019
Firmly established as Ethiopia's largest airport, Addis Ababa’s Bole International serves as an important gateway in East Africa. Ron Mak visited in 2005 and in this special snapshot reveals that rarer aircraft still made a frequent appearance
Northern Ireland’s second busiest airport has experienced the most difficult year in its history with the loss of biggest customer, Flybe, followed by the impact of the disastrous COVID-19 pandemic. Declan Hasson reflects upon George Best Belfast City, its recent challenges and how the unique ‘downtown’ facility is fighting back once again