ACI APA 2016, ISSUE 02
In the spotlight: India’s airport system
Highlights of the Regional Assembly, Conference & Exhibition
Winning feeling: The ASQ awards ceremony
Plus: Zhengzhou’s aerotropolis & South East Asia’s LCCs
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Never ending challenges
Asia-Pacific Airports editor, Joe Bates, reflects on the strength of the aviation industry to overcome adversity and previews this India focused issue.
A snapshot of some of the biggest current stories from the region.
Going for gold
With a host of hot topics on the agenda and the spectacular Gold Coast as the backdrop, this year’s Regional Assembly, Conference & Exhibition didn’t disappoint, writes Sonia Caeiro.
Vivian Fung provides an update on ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, which is now so popular in Asia-Pacific that a quarter of all passengers pass through a certified gateway.
Five of the best
Joe Bates takes a closer look at the latest headline news being created by India’s five busiest passenger gateways in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata.
Planning for the future
Airports Authority of India’s member of planning, Sudhir Raheja, tells Asia-Pacific Airports more about the country’s sizeable airport network and reveals some ambitious development projects for the nation’s gateways.
Time for technology
Leveraging technology will help India’s airports overcome today’s operational challenges and usher in the next generation of air travel in India, writes Andrew Seow.
Asia-Pacific Airports reviews the latest news and developments across India courtesy of Momberger Airport Information.
Everyone’s a winner!
Australia’s spectacular Gold Coast was the venue for this year’s Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards ceremony for the world’s most customer friendly airports.
Zhengzhou takes off
John Kasarda tells us more about the exciting plans to create a dynamic economic zone around Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport in China’s Henan Province.
Living in a digital world
Blockchain technology, getting smart about identity management in aviation and cyber security were all on the agenda at this year’s Air Transport IT Summit, writes Joe Bates.
Fast and the furious
CAPA’s analysis team report on the growth of low-cost carriers in South East Asia and consider how their business model continues to evolve.
World Business Partners
News, views and reviews from the region’s WBPs.
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