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London’s fifth airport
Andy Martin heads to Southend-on-Sea to meet Glyn Jones, CEO of Stobart Aviation, who has plans to transform the facility into London’s fifth airport.

Australia’s friendly airport
Brisbane Airport is a major international hub that serves the economic lifeblood of Queensland. Chris Frame discovers what has changed since Airports of the World last visited 12 years ago.

Redeveloping Lelystad
Simon Murdoch outlines the major rebuilding programme that will soon enable the Netherlands’ busiest general aviation airport to handle two million passengers a year.

Postcard from Seoul
UK-based photographers Matthew Reynolds and Fay Johnson make the most of a short stopover at South Korea’s busiest airport.



Skiathos
The approach to Runway 02 at Skiathos is so dramatic that some have dubbed it ‘Europe’s Saint Maarten’. Sebastian Schmitz spends a few hours observing the activity on a holiday island in the middle of the Aegean Sea.

Mahé
Few destinations are more appealing than the Seychelles. The stunning sandy beaches, deep blue sea and diverse flora and fauna make the Indian Ocean archipelago a strong contender for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, says Sebastian Schmitz.

Réunion
The name Roland Garros conjures up images of warm summer days and the French Open tennis championship, but the airport on Réunion is also named after the World War One aviator. Matteo Legnani reports from a small part of Europe in the Indian Ocean.

Larnaca
The sudden closure of Nicosia International in July 1974 following the Turkish invasion of Cyprus meant an alternative had to be found – and quickly. It led to the rapid redevelopment of Larnaca, which has since prospered and grown. Martyn Cartledge tells the story.

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