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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Retro snapshot: A vantage of Venezuela

Regular contributor, Ron Mak, delves into his personal archive to share some of his most fascinating shots from across several Venezuelan gateways between 1979 and 1983

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Heathrow at 75

It may not have been London’s first airport, but over 75 fascinating years, Heathrow has become synonymous with air travel to and from the UK. To mark the milestone, Tara Craig examines the hub’s wider impact both at home and abroad 

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BREXIT: The airport impact

Keith Nuthall digests the 1,200-page Brexit deal to determine...

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From Montréal to the middle of nowhere

There are no roads to Salluit, so aviation is integral to everyday life. Sebastian Schmitz crosses the 55th parallel to visit the northern Québécois outpost

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Broader horizons: Munich Airport CEO interview

Munich Airport has had as rocky a year as any other major hub, but this German powerhouse is focusing on the future. CEO Jost Lammers tells Tara Craig how

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How COVID-19 has changed the airport experience

This time last year, no one could have guessed that COVID-19 would still have global aviation quite so firmly in its grip. Tara Craig looks at the latest measures airports are taking to protect both travellers and the bottom line

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Roman renaissance

Home to the Colosseum and the Vatican, Rome has long been a magnet for culturally inclined travellers. Matteo Legnani hears how its airports are coping with the disappearance of tourist traffic and how they are pioneering COVID-19 testing

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The history of Berlin’s airports

After a delay of almost a decade, Berlin Brandenburg has finally opened. For Sebastian Schmitz, this presents the perfect opportunity to look at the history of the city's airports and airfields, some of them already all but forgotten

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Winter is coming

The vagaries of winter weather can play havoc with airport operations, but Norway’s Avinor has got it well covered, finds Tara Craig

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Teruel Airport photo snapshot

Before the dramatic events of 2020, Spain’s Teruel Airport handled the usual storage and scrappage of aircraft. However, with the aviation industry facing its biggest-ever challenge from the COVID-19 pandemic, unwanted airliners have been arriving for disposal at the site on an unprecedented scale, as Javier Rodríguez shows