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The capital of Kazakhstan has recently been nicknamed the ‘Dubai of the Steppe’, and it’s possible to understand the comparison if you’re prepared to swap extreme heat for cold, as Matteo Legnani found out.

Wrocław - Polish champion
Copernicus Airport Wrocław is riding a wave that started with the low-fare revolution. Sebastian Schmitz reviews its history and learns about its prospects.

Muscat – a new beginning
Muscat Airport has struggled with a small, overcrowded and outdated terminal for many years, but all that is about to change. Luigi Vallero previews what is to come.


The best small airport in Europe
Who would guess that in 2018 there’s an international airport in Europe with grass runways? Sebastian Schmitz visits Texel, on the largest of the West Frisian Islands in the Netherlands.

Green champions
Aviation’s route to improved environmental credentials has been long and arduous, but it has been vital for the industry to manage the challenge posed to our planet. Tony Mallett finds out how Helsinki Airport has achieved carbon neutrality.

Vancouver Island’s secret
Almost a fifth of the population of British Columbia lives on Vancouver Island. Tony Dixon found that Victoria, the province’s capital, is a thriving metropolis with a busy airport.


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