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    • Jun 2005
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    Airports of the World - May/June issue OUT NOW!



    FEATURING:

    Industry Column Time to Decide The Airports Commission Final Report into UK airport capacity is due to be published this summer Brand Editor Mark Nicholls considers what is at stake.



    ABU DHABI'S HIDDEN PEARLS
    Luigi Vallero explores Abi Dhabi's archipelago of eight desert islands - two of which have small airports, opening them up to a wider tourist market.

    ROME'S LOW-COST OPTION
    Matteo Legnani reports from Rome's less well-known airport - Ciampino - which has ridden a rollercoaster of fortunes in the past 60 years. Now major investment plans are set to transform it into a chic city model.



    SOUTHEND CELEBRATES
    This year London's Southend Airport celebrates 80 years of welcoming civil air traffic - and a century since the site was first used for flying at the outbreak of World War One. Simon Murdoch charts the Essex facility's colourful history.

    ALL CONQUERING QUITO
    Two years ago a new airport to serve the Ecuadorian capital, Quito, opened to traffic. As Sebastian Schmitz discovers, growing demand means its already begun its first expansion phase.

    And much more!

    Airports of the World May/June issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just 4.70 from the key online shop. Alternatively, you can pick up a copy from WHSmith and other leading newsagents or download your digital version here.

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