Vital links along the German North Sea Coast from Harlesiel Airport
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Just off Germany’s North Sea coastline lies part of the Frisian Islands, an archipelago that stretches all the way from the Netherlands to Denmark. As such, the aerial connections served from a base on the mainland are vital, as Andreas Rohde discovered during his visit to Harlesiel Airport ..read more
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Heading 'Down Under' to Broome Airport
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While Broome International Airport is often viewed as the gateway to a tropical retreat, it also plays a critical role serving the local community and industry. Chris Frame chats with the site’s CEO, Paul McSweeney, about the airport’s latest struggles and successes ..read more
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Planespotting time at Tokyo's Haneda Airport!
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Benoît Denet heads to the Land of the Rising Sun to share images from Haneda, the Japanese capital’s downtown airport at the heart of Tokyo Bay ..read more
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Iceland’s lesser-known Akureyri and Egilsstaðir Airports
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This Nordic island nation is pulling out all the stops to attract and sustain new international operators at its lesser-known airports. Gordon Smith gives us the low-down ..read more
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Retro planespotting at Nairobi in the 1970s
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Bob O'Brien gives us a treat as he delves into his extensive collection to share some of the best snaps of Nairobi’s Embakasi Airport – better known today as Jomo Kenyatta International – the main gateway to Kenya’s capital and surrounding country, taken during the 1970s ..read more
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Why Florida's Miami International Airport is thriving
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Chris Sloan, our man in America, examines the factors behind explosive growth at the South Florida gateway ..read more
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Airline pilots give verdict on favourite airports
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It isn’t just passengers who have best-loved airports – pilots often do, too. From hubs to hilltops, in their own words we hear why certain airfields stand out from the crowd ..read more
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Airports of the World Issue 100 - March-April 2022
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The full issue in page-turning PDF format ..read more
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How do airport IATA codes work?
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We all know what’s in a name, but codes attached to hubs and gateways worldwide can have more peculiar origins. Tom Batchelor demonstrates the method in IATA’s madness in the first of a fascinating new series ..read more
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Embraer's E2 makes London City debut
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The launch of scheduled services by the Brazilian Embraer E190-E2 ..read more
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