NEWSLETTER

Australian firsts

Kerrie Mather, Sydney Airport’s managing director and CEO and new president of ACI Asia-Pacific, talks to Joe Bates about the growth and development of Australia’s busiest gateway.

ACI ASIA-PACIFIC NEWS

Vivian Fung rounds up all the latest news from ACI Asia-Pacific, including a report on its participation at the 53rd ICAO Conference of Directors General of Civil Aviation, Asia and Pacific Region.

Hong Kong International Airport further reduces carbon footprint

Hong Kong International Airport is today celebrating another major environmental milestone – reducing its carbon intensity by 25.6% per passenger or 100kg of cargo in 2015, compared with 2008 levels.

Gucci to join the list of new high-end brands in Sydney's revamped Terminal 1

Sydney Airport has announced that Italian luxury brand Gucci will join the airport’s newly transformed T1 International fashion precinct in early 2017 in an Australian airport first.

Transforming the passenger experience

Recognising the positive impact wayfinding has on passengers can help airports better manage their customer experience and boost revenues, writes James Ackomann.

Asia-Pacific Airports news

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

View from the top

ACI Asia-Pacific regional director, Patti Chau, reflects on the organisation’s growing membership, activities and recent initiatives.

Vietnam's airport ambitions helped by MoU with Dutch companies

Vietnam's ambition to become a regional hub for passenger and cargo traffic has been boosted by a Dutch-Vietnamese government programme to co-operate on aviation and airport development across the country.

Dubai Airports to build world's first Tier III Modular Data Centre complex

Dubai Airports will partner with Huawei to design and build the world’s first Tier III certified Modular Data Centre Complex (MDCC) at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

Asia-Pacific's airlines welcome ICAO's decision for a global carbon offsetting scheme for aviation

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has welcomed ICAO's decision to put in place the world's first carbon offsetting scheme for any global sector.