NEWSLETTER

Tokyo rising

NAA’s president and CEO, Makoto Natsume, talks to Joe Bates about Narita International Airport’s growth, development and expansion plans ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL NEWS

A snapshot of some of the biggest stories from across the region.

VIEW FROM THE TOP

Regional director, Patti Chau, reflects on 2017 and looks forward to another busy and successful year for ACI Asia-Pacific and the region’s airports.

Hyderabad's cargo terminal awarded WHO's good storage and distribution certificate

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL) has announced that its cargo terminal has been certified with the World Health Organisation’s Good Storage and Distribution Practices (WHO-GSDP).

Planning starts for Singapore Changi's new Terminal 5

Singapore Changi's new "mega" Terminal 5 became one step closer to reality today with the the appointment of the Master Building Consultants, comprising three teams, that will provide architectural design and engineering consultancy services for the new complex.

Cambodia's airports demonstrate their 'green' credentials

Cambodia’s three international airports have renewed their respective Level 1 'Mapping' certification in ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.

New systems to rapidly cool aircraft parked at Dubai International Airport's Concourse C

Dubai International Airport is installing new Pre-Conditioned Air (PCA) systems – capable of rapidly cooling wide-bodied aircraft up to the size of the A380 even in the hot and humid conditions common to Dubai – as part of the upgrade of Concourse C.

Christchurch Airport to be testing ground for new autonomous vehicle

New Zealand’s first on-road testing of fully autonomous vehicles will change up a gear later this year with the inclusion of the first locally designed and built vehicle, which will be tested at Christchurch Airport.

Record January traffic figures for Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport

Amman's Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed 624,207 passengers in January – a healthy 8.2% upturn on the corresponding month a year ago.

Queenstown Airport reports "strong" half year results and performance

Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) has continued its upward growth trajectory, reporting a strong half-year result with a net profit after tax of NZ$8.8 million for the first six months of the 2018 financial year.


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