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http://s29.postimg.org/hviobug2v/5819.jpg Featuring: http://s16.postimg.org/9tcwe6ik5/apowmay1.jpg Kuwait – Building for the Future Kuwait has rebuilt itself after recovering from the 1990 Iraqi invasion and is now embarking on a major expansion of its only airport. Luigi Vallero finds out how its plans measure up against the other mega-airports in the Gulf region. The Art of Travel – SFO Style In the second part of his look at US airport design and architecture, Ronald Kuhlmann focuses on the use of art at one of the nation’s major gateways – San Francisco International Airport. Serving South Africa’s Heartland Bram Fischer International Airport provides access to Bloemfontein, the capital of South Africa’s Free State province. Sebastian Schmitz paid a visit and discovered a well-equipped, modern facility. http://s3.postimg.org/c7haq25gz/apowmay2.jpg Airport Infrastructure – Worldport Farewell The Pan Am Worldport, one of the most significant terminals in US airport history, was demolished late last year. Kevan James tells its story and describes the vain attempts to save the historical structure. And much more! Airports of the World May/June issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just £4.60 from WHSmith and other leading newsagents. Alternatively, order your copy with FREE P&P* from our online shop or download a digital version here. *UK and BFPO only
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