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    Airports of the World November/December issue - OUT NOW



    Featuring:

    Airport Tech - Schiphol's e-freight Revolution
    Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport is Europe's third busiest air freight hub, but unlike most others it has plenty of space to expand its cargo facilities. It is also pioneering a digital revolution in the freight process. Editor Mark Nicholls finds out more.

    Routes 2011
    This year's World Routes Development Forum took place in the German capital, Berlin. Editor Mark Nicholls joined a record number of delegates and, despite the current global economic climate, discovered a positive vibe.

    Greenland Gateway
    Sebastian Schmitz reports from Nuuk Airport, which despite a rather short runway, continues to serve the Greenland capital.

    Diamond in the Desert
    Although large Middle Eastern airports, such as Dubai, often grab the headlines, Abu Dhabi's Al Bateen Executive Airport is just as impressive, although on a smaller scale. Luigi Vallero travels east to discover why.

    The World's End

    Located right at the tip of South America is the world's most southerly international airport - Ushuaia Malvinas, Argentina's International Airport. Robbie Shaw takes the long trip south to investigate.

    Red Sea Oasis
    As the Israeli Government approves the building of a new $472m international airport in the Timna Valley near Eilat, Paul Howard visits the city's current facility - J Hozman Airport.

    and much more!

    Airports of the World November/December issue is AVAILABLE NOW from WHSmith and other leading newsagents for just 4.40. Alternatively, order your copy with FREE P&P* from our online shop.

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