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ACI APA 2019, ISSUE 04


In the spotlight: Design & Build

Airport Report: Erbil

Special report: Sleep friendly airports

Plus: ACI Asis-Pacific & Industry news

Read the online issue: click here

View from the top
In her final article for Asia-Pacific Airports (APA) magazine, outgoing regional director, Patti Chau, reflects on her legacy at ACI and reports on the organisation’s ongoing regional and global advocacy efforts.

ACI Asia-Pacific news
Assistant manager for external affairs, Samantha Solomon, reports on the announcement of a new regional director, a successful Trinity Forum and the latest news from ACI Asia-Pacific.

Back on track
How is one of the world’s newest gateways, Erbil International Airport in Iraq, faring nine years after opening? Andrew Jones reports.

The future is now
Asia-Pacific Airports takes a closer look at the design and development of China’s new mega hub, Beijing Daxing International Airport.

Out to impress
New images give travellers a sneak preview of what they can expect from Sydney’s new A$5.3 billion airport when it opens for business in 2026.

Bigger and better
What next for Hamad International Airport? Joe Bates reviews the gateway’s newly unveiled development plans.

Going green!
Karl Lyndon, global aviation sector leader at integrated engineering consultancy, BuroHappold, explores the growing focus on greening airport terminal buildings.

Ready for take-off
It will be all systems go for Indonesia’s new Yogyakarta International Airport in 2020 when it fully opens its facilities, writes Joe Bates.

To 2040 and beyond
Joe Bates reports on Wellington Airport’s new master plan, which is designed to ensure that it has the infrastructure to handle the doubling of passenger traffic over the next 20 years.

Time for some zzz’s
Singapore Changi retained its title as the world’s most sleep friendly gateway in Sleeping in Airports’ annual passenger poll, writes Joe Bates.

Industry news
News, views and reviews from ACI’s regional and global World Business Partners.

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