Joe Bates reports on the latest news, views and developments from across the busy Asia-Pacific region.
Newcastle Airport in Australia has welcomed the news that its surrounds would potentially be declared a Special Activation Precinct if the NSW Liberal Party is re-elected.
New Zealand’s first remotely operated digital air traffic control tower is a step closer to reality following the award of a contract to global technology provider Frequentis to develop a digital system for Invercargill Airport.
Queenstown Airport Corporation (QAC) has delivered a solid result for the six months ended December 31, 2018, reporting a net profit after tax of NZ$8.3 million.
ACI Asia-Pacific has once again recognised the 'outstanding' environmental achievements of nine airports in its annual Green Airports Recongition awards programme.
Alex Avery looks at how innovation can shape the future of airport retail and enhance the passenger experience.
Yangon International Airport (YIA) yesterday held a special reception to thank its airline partners for their support for its plans to enhance its facilities and work more closely together with them to ensure that it can handle the rise in passengers expected by Myanmar's decision to relax its entry visa requirements.
Asia-Pacific Airports turns the spotlight on the region’s ‘green’ leaders, environmental award winners and sustainability trendsetters.