Challenges facing the busiest airport in the world

The $32-billion project to expand Dubai’s second airport could make the Gulf state the most important international hub

The Gulf states may have more air passengers than anywhere else in the world, but they also have their problems

Disruption and technology changing business travel

Flying to an international business meeting by private jet may sound pricey, but there are ways and means, involving a number of different options, which could be worthwhile

Sky is the limit for business class luxury

In a highly competitive market, the big airlines strive to be the best in first and business class luxury, innovating with imaginative design concepts

Is commercial supersonic flight again a possibility?

Next-generation aviation could be quieter supersonic jets or slower and cramped airliners where virtual reality headsets distract passengers from their discomfort

High-tech airports of the future

The airport of the future will be a low-stress, high-tech terminal – a well-connected place to work, shop and relax as well as catch a plane

Business routes are opening up export markets

Affordable international airline routes can be the lifeblood of UK regional businesses eager to export and forge overseas links in their supply chain

Business travel ready for change

Business air travel is at a key moment in its trajectory – and passengers can benefit from the changes underway

Keeping connected with a sky-high office

Turning a once unproductive journey into valuable office time is becoming a reality as more aircraft are equipped with reliable internet access