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India’s largest airport terminals (by floor area)

Below is a list of the 30 largest airport terminal buildings in India based on the most recent data listed on the Airports Authority of India website,  though other sources were needed for the airport terminals in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. … Continue reading

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Ten planning lessons from Colorado’s Front Range

Below is my list of ten planning lessons learned from multiple visits to Colorado’s Front Range in the past 18 months. Some are positive, some are not. They are presented in no particular order of preference. Cheers! A large, auto-centric city … Continue reading

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Airports named for famous scientists/inventors

As a follow-up to a previous post about airports named for famous musicians like John Lennon and Mozart, the following is a list of those airports around the globe that are or have been named for famous scientists and inventors. … Continue reading

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India’s busiest airports for 2013-14

             Busiest airports in India by passenger traffic: April 2013–March 2014   Name City   Passengers   Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi 36,990,987 Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai 32,221,395 Chennai International Airport Chennai 12,896,055 Kempegowda International Airport Bangalore 12,868,830 Netaji Subhash … Continue reading

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Airside Americana – remember these airlines?

In these days of airline mergers, consolidations, and corporate takeovers, it can be hard to remember the days of multitudes of airline serving various parts of the nation. As I was growing up, very few airlines could be correctly deemed … Continue reading

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From John Lennon to Mozart – airports named for famous musicians

This blogpost is not about a new game akin to musical chairs, though given the number of commercial airports around some cities, musical airports might be a game some travelers must play on occasion.  Instead, it is about those commercial … Continue reading

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DIA – Denver’s incredible airport

I have had the pleasure of flying through Denver International Airport (DIA) three times now. Each visit  to Denver I am more and more impressed by this enormous 35,000 acre facility. Not only is the airport  designed to be functional, … Continue reading

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