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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.

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Keeping Melbourne Moving

Chris Frame catches up with Simon Gandy, chief of infrastructure at Melbourne Airport, to learn more about how the Australian gateway has turned the COVID crisis into an opportunity

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Snapshot: AvGreek Adventure

With travel restrictions preventing Peter Apsey from taking a well-earned break in the Ionian sunshine, the photographer has instead ventured into his picture archive and dusted off some images from a trip to Corfu in September 2019

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In good company

US industry stalwart Lysa Scully joined Ferrovial Airports in January. She tells Tara Craig about the role, her ambitions and her thoughts on the wider airports sector in the light of COVID-19

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From isolated to integrated

Surrounded by the vast South Atlantic, St Helena boasts one of the planet's most unusual airports. What did it take to connect this small island to the world by air? Andreas Spaeth paid a visit

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Snapshot: Postcard perfection from the Philippines

Regular contributor Ron Mak takes us on a tour around the islands of the Philippines between 2006-2008, from where a vibrant mix of old, new and rare aircraft plied their trade

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Inside New Orleans International Airport's former terminal

New Orleans may have shuttered the terminal that connected it to the world for six decades, but the old Louis Armstrong International is still standing. Chris Sloan pays a final nostalgic visit to the gateway

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When President Biden came to Heathrow

Ady Dolan, air traffic controller at London/Heathrow shares his experience of preparing for a very special visitor

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Welcome to Miami!

Chris Sloan joins the celebrations as Emirates operates its first scheduled passenger flight into the Florida gateway

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New times, new designs

Terminal architecture has the power to make or break the passenger experience. Leading architects tell Tara Craig how the pandemic has affected their plans for the next generation of terminals

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Airports of the World Issue 97 - September-October 2021

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