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22 September 2020 | By AOE GmbH
The travel industry has been decimated by COVID-19 and airports have become white elephants for many months. When the big resumption happens, recovery is anything but guaranteed. There will be a new breed of travellers, concerned about very different things from the past. They will be more concerned about safety…
The runway project ran smoothly, with approximately 12,800 tonnes of concrete transported to the site in 890 truckloads.
By temporarily shortening its runway by 1.1km, Auckland Airport is able to undertake vital replacement work whilst keeping the runway operational.
Veovo announces the introduction of virtual queuing and passenger density management solutions, designed to help support social distancing in airports.
Auckland Airport has grasped the opportunity to bring construction forward whilst runway movements are at an all-time low.
A new infrastructure project that will consist of improvements to road width, pedestrian paths and bus stops, has been opened by Auckland Airport.
The CUAS and UTM system will be developed based upon a proof-of-concept drone detection system currently being trialled at Auckland Airport.
From the moment a passenger journeys to the departure terminal, they’re faced with a series of small but potentially stressful challenges.
Auckland International Airport (AKL) is not only New Zealand’s largest and busiest but also one of the fastest-growing airports in Australasia. With a need to ensure optimal resource coordination and infrastructure use, the airport engaged with Veovo to roll out the region’s first Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) initiative.
The new automated eGates were put into operation with the aim of enhancing international passenger experience.
Auckland's app update will provide real-time travel information for passengers, from home to departure gate, including wait times and traffic.
Work has begun on the airfield development at Auckland Airport as 40 million passengers and 260,000 flights are expected to use the airport by 2044.
Auckland Airport achieved several milestones in the 2019 financial year, including beginning work on two of its eight key anchor infrastructure projects.
As one of eight key anchor projects planned for Auckland Airport over the next decade, Northern Network will add capacity to the core airport network.