Top 20 airports: Europe and Middle East aim to collaborate

At airports in Europe and the Middle East (EMEA), executives are focused not only on airport trends for 2019 including e-commerce and biopharmaceutical trade, but also on strengthening operations through collaboration  – whether within their own airport communities, or with partners in other regions.

We at Cargo Airport News spoke with leading air cargo executives at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Frankfurt Airport (FRA) to gain insight into what trends the executives are following, as well as the strategies they are employing to strengthen their airports’ cargo operations.

This post continues a series, where Cargo Airport News shares highlights from interviews with leading airport executives in air cargo, so be sure to check back for more. To read highlights about trends driving development at Asian airports, visit our earlier coverage. In the meantime, read on to the following pages to learn more about top executives’ work in facilitating growth at CDG, DXB and FRA.

Click through the pages below for interview highlights with European and Middle Eastern (EMEA) airport cargo executives, including Marc Houalla of CDG, Faisal Mohammed Al Mulla of DXB and Max Conrady of FRA. Or click here to read series coverage detailing interviews with Asia’s executives, including Alaina Shum (HKG), Ching Kiat Lim (SIN), Jimmy Liu (TPE).

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