New passenger dynamics and incredible passenger growth ensure that the region’s airports operate in a very different market today than 10 years ago, says former ACI Asia-Pacific president, Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad.
Asia-Pacific Airports editor, Joe Bates, takes an historic look back at the first decade of the ACI Asia-Pacific region.
The region’s first ten years have set a strong foundation for the future, writes ACI Asia-Pacific president, Dennis Chant.
Airspace in the Middle East must have the flexibility to deal with the region’s rapid aviation growth.
Nigel Mayes, ASM’s senior vice president consulting and product development, asks whether India can finally fulfil its potential?
Peta Tomlinson and Joe Bates find out more about how Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) is faring after a difficult 16 months for the country’s airlines and travel industry.
Joe Bates takes a closer look at the growing airport portfolios of a handful of the region’s biggest airport operators.
Air traffic in Indonesia is growing at such a pace that the nation’s airports are struggling to cope, writes Justin Burns.