New airport facilities that airlines and passengers will love – all you need to know about New Istanbul Airport, Hamad International Airport in Qatar and klia2

New renderings of the New Istanbul Airport mega hub, which will open in 2018 and eventually cater for up to 150 million passengers a year, were only released this week, but FTE Asia 2014 delegates will be able to hear all about what we can expect from the airport directly from the man responsible for bringing it to fruition, Richard Meredith, Chief Development Officer, New Istanbul Airport project. (Images: Grimshaw) 

Building new airports and terminals that are loved by the airlines and passengers that use them is easier said than done, but it’s certainly not an impossible task, as delegates attending anna.aero sister event Future Travel Experience Asia 2014 will be able to find out.

Among the highlights in the conference, which will take place in Kuala Lumpur from 1-3 December, will be a rare insight into the plans for the New Istanbul Airport mega hub. New renderings of what the airport will look like were only released this week, but at FTE Asia 2014 Richard Meredith, Chief Development Officer, New Istanbul Airport will reveal what we can expect from the world’s largest single airport terminal under one roof when it opens its doors in four years time.

Delegates will also be able to hear how Doha’s Hamad International Airport – the first new airport designed by an airline ­– is delivering a five-star experience for Qatar Airways’ passengers in a keynote presentation by Rossen Dimitrov, VP of Customer Experience, Qatar Airways.

Also at the event, Saudi Arabian Airlines will share its plans for the new King Abdulaziz International Airport, which will open in Jeddah next year, while Malaysia Airports’ management team will reveal all about the thinking behind the development of the world’s largest dedicated facility for low-cost carriers, klia2, and outline why it is so popular among the airlines and passengers that use it.

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