ACI APA 2018, ISSUE 01
In focus: Connectivity
Airport profile: Tokyo Narita
Special report: ASQ winners
Plus: Security, Industry news and Bahrain’s new T2
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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.
A snapshot of some of the biggest stories from across the region.
Vivian Fung rounds up the latest news from across Asia-Pacific in what has been a busy start to 2018 for the region.
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.
Leading the way
Indian airports shine as Asia-Pacific airports hold on to the top spots inall the global best airport by size categories in ACI’s Airport Service Quality (ASQ) customer satisfaction awards, writes Joe Bates.
Making the right connections
ASM’s Nigel Mayes and York Aviation’s James Brass tell us more about the economic and social benefits of route development.
On the surface
Improving surface access is a commercial and environmental challenge facing airports across the globe, write ICF’s Angus Reid-Kay and Rob Rushmer.
Time for change?
ACI World, director general, Angela Gittens, provides her thoughts on the allocation of slots at airports and considers how the system could be improved to ensure the most efficient use of a scarce resource.
Towards Tokyo 2020
Amadeus IT Group’s Sarah Samuel considers how technology will help Tokyo’s airports cope with demand during the 2020 Olympic Games.
Jerome de Chassey, Smith Detection’s vice president for Asia-Pacific considers how smarter checkpoints can improve security efficiency and the passenger experience.
Design & Build: Bahrain International Airport
Gulf gateway’s eagerly awaited new terminal to open in 2019.
Asia-Pacific Airports reports on the latest industry and World Business Partner news from across the region’s airports.
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