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ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL NEWS

A snapshot of some of the biggest stories from across the region.

ADP INGÉNIERIE WINS NEW CONTRACTS AT FOUR ASIA-PACIFIC AIRPORTS

Groupe ADP, through subsidiary ADP Ingénierie, has won a series of new contracts in the Asia-Pacific region offering design, study and technical assistance to airports in China, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Ambitions, goals and challenges

Joe Bates reports on some of the highlights and lessons learned from October’s Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva.

Shenzhen Airlines becomes seventh Chinese airline to serve Phnom Penh

Shenzhen Airlines today launched three weekly services between Shenzhen in China and Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh.

Record breaking year for Singapore Changi as traffic hits all-time high

Singapore Changi Airport set another major milestone today, handling more than 60 million passengers in a calendar year for the first time in its history.

Seeking security

As airports search for ways to make the travel experience safer and more convenient, biometrics may just be the answer, writes Tony Chapman.

IT December 14, 2017

Investing in technology

Investing in technology

Airports and airlines will spend nearly $33 billion on IT this year as they bid to enhance their operations and put passengers more in control of their journeys.

New Arrivals Hall opens at Cambodia's Phnom Penh International Airport

Cambodia's Phnom Penh International Airport officially opened its new Arrivals Hall and concourse extension today.

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji operator awarded health and safety honour

Mumbai–Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport operator, MIAL, has been awarded a prestigious ‘Sword of Honour’ by the British Safety Council for its efforts to mitigate health and safety risks at work.

VIEW FROM THE TOP

Regional director, Patti Chau, reflects on the launch of ACI’s Airport Excellence (APEX) in Security programme and the need for airports to continually grow and adapt the way they do business to meet changing passenger demands.