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Latest Issue: Great Airports of the World - Volume 2

The Busiest, The Biggest and The Best

Great Airports of the World vol.2 is a 100-page publication which examines in detail the most influential, busiest, largest and most impressive global air hubs.

This special edition from the team behind Airports of the World magazine details ten airports from around the world – some of which have won awards, those that have handled huge amounts of traffic, and others that are exciting or pleasant to use.

Features include:

St Maarten - Caribbean Paradise
The world-famous Maho Beach on the Caribbean island of St Maarten is arguably – alongside the much-missed Checkerboard Hill at Kai Tak – one of the most famous and popular places in the world from which to watch aeroplanes. Andy Martin explains how this small airport became a magnet for aircraft watchers.

Manchester
Manchester Airport, originally known as Ringway, has served the city in the northwest of the UK for almost 80 years. Andy Martin looks at the development of the facility, and the plans for its future.

Munich
Flughafen München was the most recent major airport to be built and opened in Europe. It is now the second busiest in the country and has won numerous awards. Andy Martin described what it has to offer.

Los Angeles
For many, Los Angeles evokes images of glamorous Hollywood, affluent Beverly Hills or the beachfront Santa Monica. However, the city’s main gateway LAX has earned a reputation for long queues at security and immigration, cramped facilities and road traffic congestion. All that is slowly changing, as Andy Martin found out.

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