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    Airports of the World - September/October 2018 - OUT NOW

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    Hub in the Sun
    Ryanair has transformed the fortunes of Carcassonne Airport as more tourists discover the delights the region has to offer. Robbie Shaw explores this gateway destination.

    Looking to the Future
    Luxembourgs gateway has an impressive range of destinations and a thriving cargo hub. Sebastian Schmitz charts its history and explores its aim to become a boutique airport.

    The Airport Built from Three Mountains
    Japans Kansai International Airport occupies reclaimed land, proudly bearing the title mother of all offshore airports. Sebastian Schmitz reports.

    Backing the Boom
    One Australian outback airport became a vital lifeline for the local community in the last millennium and continues to deliver a huge boost to its economy. Chris Frame explores how Newman supports the multi-million-dollar mining industry Down Under.

    A Tale of Two Cities
    Barcelonas El Prat airport bears the marks of the Catalan capitals difficult relationship with Madrid. But is that set to change? Bernardo Andrade investigates.

    A Jewel on the Arabian Coast
    Matteo Legnani reports on the new terminal at Muscat in Oman.

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    Running with the Bulls
    Sebastian Schmitz travels to Pamplona to find out how the citys quaint airport is bouncing back.

    Finnish Carbon Neutral Challenge
    Helsinki Airport has become carbon neutral, achieving airport carbon accreditation level 3+ status. Tony Mallett met Finavia to find out how this was accomplished.

    Fit for the Queen
    The revamped passenger terminal at Greater Moncton, New Brunswick, was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II. Sebastian Schmitz takes a closer look at this airport.

    Powerhouse in the Making
    Portos Francisco S Carneiro Airport is expanding. Renato Serra Fonseca pays a visit to Portugals second city to investigate.


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