The use of the tow tractor supports Munich Airport's climate protection goals, which include to be completely carbon-neutral by 2030.
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De Juniac will step down from his role at IATA from 31 March 2021, with Willie Walsh set to be recommended to fill the position.
With the commissioning of its southern runway on 4 November 2020 following the landing of a Qatar Airways flight from Doha, Berlin Brandenburg Airport is now fully operational.
Stephanie Wear, Director of Air Service Development and Cargo Services at Philadelphia Airport, discusses the airport’s response to the drastic decline in air services through its COVID-19 Air Service Recovery Incentive Program.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Bettina Ganghofer discusses how the future of aviation needs to become more sustainable in order to continue future growth.
Passengers departing from Miami International Airport can now board with the quick click of a camera instead of a boarding pass and passport, thanks to biometric exit technology launched at the airport.
Changi Airport's growth continues as three new airlines and seven new city links are added to the portfolio at the hub airport.
Passengers at London City airport reached a total of 4.87 million in 2018, a 6.4 per cent increase on the previous year.
With operations now in 87 airports in 13 countries, dnata adds Los Angeles International to its ground handling portfolio.
A first for German airports, Josie Pepper's brain is based on IBM Watson technology, a question and answer computer system specifically developed to answer questions from the quiz show Jeopardy.
Lufthansa is joining forces with Winding Tree – a blockchain-based platform boasting intent to cut costs for flyers and increase profits for providers.
German cities can expect to be better connected than ever as Lufthansa and its subsidiary Eurowings open up or expand long-haul routes all over the country.
From 12 September onwards, Lufthansa will be offering flights to Hong Kong on an Airbus A350-900.