As a result of its efforts in energy conservation through the use of renewable energies, such as solar and wind, Kempegowda Airport has achieved one of its ambitious sustainability targets.
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The new partnership will allow Kempegowda Airport to maintain the integrity and quality of temperature-sensitive cargo throughout entire journey.
Following a range of fumigation and hygiene measures implemented at BLR Airport, ACI has awarded the airport with its health accreditation.
Following the installation of a range of new upgrades, BLR Airport's South Runway is now fully CAT IIIB compliant and can facilitate aircraft landing with a Runway Visual Range as low as 50m and take-offs at 125m.
BLR Airport has become the first metro airport in India to record growth in freight in September 2020, compared to the same period in 2019.
Hyperloop would connect BLR Airport to the city centre in approximately 10 minutes; helping BIAL achieve its goal of an airport transportation hub.
BIAL's 4.95km airport section of the ORR-Airport Metro will connect Kempegowda Airport's terminals with the Central Silk Board Junction.
Satyaki Raghunath, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at Bangalore International Airport Limited, discusses how Kempegowda Airport responded to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is preparing for the full resumption of operations.
The heightened safety measures include an emphasis on contactless service, ensuring that passengers can travel safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DARE equipment will help to reduce the impact of disabled aircraft blocking the runways and, as a result, reduce flight delays.
Bengaluru International Airport is a pioneer among airports in Asia with regard to sustainability. Hari Marar, MD and CEO of Bangalore International Airport Limited, tells us about the various environmentally-friendly initiatives that have been implemented.
International Airport Review once again chose to recognise and highlight industry progression, with awards focused on celebrating excellence within airport operations. This year, we homed in on four key topics within the airport industry, and added our very first Readers’ Choice award.
Plastic waste has become one of the largest burdens of our modern world, but Bengaluru Airport has found a novel way to re-purpose the material.
All stakeholders within the aviation industry are presently faced with the challenge of minimising their impact on the environment. From carbon emissions, noise levels, water usage and waste, all aspects of airport operations need to be considered with a sustainable mindset.