Bristol Airport is set to become the first net zero airport in the UK through its commitments to be a net zero airfield, with net zero buildings and operating a net zero fleet of vehicles.
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From 17 May 2021, the UK government will implement a traffic light system, developed by the Global Travel Taskforce, to begin the restart of international travel.
Simon Earles, Sustainability and Corporate Affairs Director at Bristol Airport, takes International Airport Review on a tour of the airport’s roadmap to carbon neutrality by 2025 and net zero by 2050.
The project has secured partial funding through the UK government’s Future Flight Challenge to look at the feasibility of an air taxi service in the UK's South West region.
The new Public Transport Interchange facility will enhance the passenger and staff experience and deliver an improvement in accessibility.
ADEPT has called for the development of a national strategy to address both climate change and the economy within the UK aviation sector.
Numerous airports - including Amsterdam, Bristol, Birmingham and Keflavik - have shifted from single-process queue measurement to airport-wide flow management, to help improve resourcing, expansion planning and prevent bottlenecks. We spoke to James Williamson, CEO of Veovo, to learn about the benefits of seamless passenger insights.
Bristol Airport's planning application, which would have expanded the airport site and increased its capacity, was rejected by 18 votes to seven.
Dave Lees, within International Airport Review's CEO interview series, explains how, through being CEO of Bristol Airport, he will help aviation maintain its position as the gateway to the rest of the world.
In a bid to reduce traffic impacts on surrounding areas, Bristol Airport has made a specific zone for Ubers collecting passengers.
In line with the One Too Many campaign, Bristol Airport announces new plans to highlight the consequences of disruptive behaviour.