Asia-Pacific Airports – Issue 1, 2022
Airport profile: Doha’s Hamad International Airport
Special report: Resource management
Plus: ACI Asia-Pacific, Regional & WBP news
VIEW FROM THE TOP
ACI Asia-Pacific director general, Stefano Baronci, reflects on a new joint initiative with the Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association, a successful trip to the Middle East and changes to the Regional Board.
A snapshot of the biggest news stories from across the region.
Head of communications and events, Jeannie Wong, rounds-up the latest news and developments from ACI Asia-Pacific.
Hamad International Airport’s chief operating officer, Badr Mohammed Al Meer, tells Joe Bates more about the latest traffic trends, IT innovation and expansion plans of Qatar’s gateway to the world.
LEADING BY EXAMPLE
Being one of the world’s most environment friendly and sustainable gateways is a top priority for Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, writes CEO, Videh Kumar Jaipuriar.
ADAPT AND GROW
Sho Kataoka, manager of NAA’s Airport Sustainability Office, explains why Tokyo Narita has introduced an even more focused and ambitious sustainabilty plan.
Airport Authority Hong Kong is determined to take the lead in integrating carbon management, sustainable best practices and green design across the airport campus, writes general manager for sustainability, Peter Lee.
READ ALL ABOUT IT!
Asia-Pacific Airports magazine takes a closer look at a handful of the sustainability stories making headlines across the region in early 2022.
Getting smart about rate-making and the management of existing infrastructure and resources can help airports recover from the global pandemic, writes Veovo’s marketing manager, Siobhan Boyle.
The latest news and views from ACI Asia-Pacific’s World Business Partners.
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