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Traffic bounces back at China's airports

Passenger numbers in China bounced back in May with Shanghai Pudong (+6.7%), Chengdu Shuangliu (+6.7%) and Shenzhen Bao'an (+6%) airports enjoying the biggest upturn in volumes.

World in motion

The challenges of growth, innovative technology and the customer experience were just a few of the topics on the agenda at this year’s ACI Asia-Pacific/World Annual General Assembly Conference & Exhibition in Hong Kong, writes Joe Bates.

Priority Pass looking to double its lounge portfolio in India

Priority Pass is set to double its lounge portfolio in India over the next three years, building on its suite of 45 airport facilities in 20 cities and global network of more than 1,200 lounges.

Hong Kong launches annual arts and entertainment festival

Hong Kong International Airport today launched its annual four-month long arts and entertainent festival which is designed to surprise and delight passengers  during one of its busiest times of the year. 

Second key SKYCITY site handed over to developers

Hong Kong International Airport's vision to transform itself from a city airport to an airport city is a step closer to reality today following the handing over a second key SKYCITY site to developers.

Beijing Daxing to use Xsight Systems' FOD detection solution

Beijing's soon-to-open Daxing International Airport has selected Xsight Systems’ FOD Detection solution for installation on its East and North runways.

Brisbane set to become first Australian airport to offer direct flights to Chicago

Brisbane Airport (BNE) is set to become the first Australian gateway to offer direct flights to Chicago when Qantas launches a new four-times weekly service in April 2020. 

Queen Alia optimistic about traffic growth after rise in passenger numbers

Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) recorded a healthy 10.6% rise in passenger numbers in April, although its cargo volumes dipped by 5.8%.

Melbourne Airport extends its technology partnership with SITA

Melbourne Airport has chosen to extend its contract with technology partner SITA for flexible and passenger-friendly technology to ready the airport for forecast passenger growth.

Huawei chairman addresses China Civil Aviation Development Forum

Huawei rotating chairman, Guo Ping, today told the China Civil Aviation Development Forum in Beijing how he believes that 5G and artificial intelligence will enable 'smart civil aviation'.