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Capacity crunch or misplaced capacity?

11 December 2014 | By Jacek Krawczyk, President of the Employers' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee (EU advisory body)

We are experiencing a misplacement of airport capacity rather than just lack of capacity, and the EU must act now to address the challenge, says Jacek Krawczyk, President of the Employers' Group of the European Economic and Social Committee

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How airport-wide flow management helps solve capacity constraints

16 March 2020 | By

Globally, airports’ capacity is under strain, and operators are focused on maximising existing and growing capacity. With space at a premium and passenger safety paramount, capacity planning requires intelligent forecasting. With combined end-to-end passenger flow and flight data insights, future-planning is more straightforward, transparent, and accurate.

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Aéroports de Paris: the challenge to increase our handling capacity has been met

13 December 2010 | By Pierre Graff, CEO, Aéroports de Paris

Aéroports de Paris has a clear competitive edge on the airside, with two runway pairs at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and three runways at Paris-Orly. However, we had to face a persistent problem of airport-terminal capacity. To address this issue of terminal saturation, we invested nearly €3 billion, between 2006 and…

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Improving airport capacity management with OR-MASTER

28 July 2015 | By Konstantinos G Zografos, Professor at Lancaster University Management School

Airport capacity is a challenge that is only going to grow as passenger numbers accelerate, but as well as investment in infrastructure, could utilisation of airport capacity be significantly improved to ease the pressure? Konstantinos G Zografos, Professor at Lancaster University Management School, describes how its £2.8 million OR-MASTER research…

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Ten years of RVSM

29 March 2012 | By Joe Sultana, Chief Operating Officer, Directorate Network Management, EUROCONTROL

On 24 January 2002 at 01.00 UTC, the Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) programme went live. At one stroke past, 6,000 air traffic controllers in 41 European states allocated aircraft to six new flight levels. Capacity gains of 25 per cent were made between 2002 and 2007. It was the…

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Why UK airport capacity matters

10 June 2005 | By Keith Jowett, Chief Executive, Airport Operators Association

The impending threat of ‘capacity crunch’ has prompted the UK airport industry into action over its own future.

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