Roger Koukkoullis, Operations & Safety and Commercial Director at the AOA, reflects on the UK Airports Safety Week, now in its third year, and its interest to the international community of airport professionals and safety experts.
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9 June 2010 | By Brendan Booth, CANSO Safety Manager
Safety is always the first priority of an ANSP, but increasingly there has been a shift in recent years away from safety as the sole concern of an ANSP. Airlines are focusing more on efficiency – both on the ground and in the air – and even safety itself is…
9 July 2012 | By Airports Council International (ACI)
ACI has completed its first European APEX in Safety review...
21 September 2018 | By Gordon Griffiths
After his previous two articles on safety, Gordon Griffiths brings his safety series full circle as he aims to improve aviation safety, how it is recognised and how effectively it is implemented into the workplace.
22 February 2019 | By International Airport Review
The data from IATA reveals that commercial airline safety has kept on its upward trajectory in the long-term, but shows that there has been a slight increase in accidents from 2017.
26 January 2015 | By CANSO
CANSO, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, has announced the publication of the CANSO Safety Management System Implementation Guide which will make a major contribution to improving safety across the air traffic management (ATM) industry...
13 July 2011 | By NATA
The National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) Safety 1st launched 18 new online safety and health training modules...
29 March 2012 | By Jim McAuslan, General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA)
The safe operation of airports, of aviation generally, relies on many factors. As has been said before, you only need one link in the safety chain to fail to bring about potential disaster in this potentially dangerous business. Pilots play one of the most vital parts in that safety chain,…
2 July 2018 | By David Cross | Ground Operations Quality & Safety Manager | easyJet
Safety is key to all airport operations, but with various stakeholders each using their own systems and complying to their own ideas of best practice, it’s not simple. David Cross, Ground Operations Quality & Safety Manager at easyJet, explains in this, the first article from our safety series to be…
17 December 2013 | By The International Air Transport Association
Hiatt joins IATA from the Flight Safety Foundation where he has been President and CEO since 1 January 2013, having joined FSF in 2010 as Executive Vice President...
6 June 2012 | By Arun Rao, former Chief of Aerodromes, Air Routes and Ground Aids, ICAO
The growth of air traffic movements to meet the demands of the travelling public has led to the expansion and modernisation of airports to handle a greater number of aircrafts of different sizes and capacities. Airports have been competing amongst themselves to be the best, to succeed in attracting and…
1 December 2006 | By Christine Barringer, Head of Transportation Sector, Health and Safety Executive
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) is responsible, along with colleagues in Local Authorities (LAs), for enforcing health and safety legislation and standards in all work activities in Great Britain.
25 June 2019 | By Baku Airport
Azerbaijan Air Navigation Services details the challenges of traffic growth in regard to managing Azerbaijani airspace, and highlights how this has been tackled.
ASIG receives strategic supplier Award for Safety & Compliance from Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc
19 April 2011 | By ASIG
ASIG®, is the recipient of the Atlas Air Worldwide Holding Safety & Compliance Award for superior standards compliance and safety performance...