In a bid to reduce carbon emissions, Bristol Airport has made all of its electricity sources renewable in line with plans to become carbon neutral by 2025.
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In line with the One Too Many campaign, Bristol Airport announces new plans to highlight the consequences of disruptive behaviour.
Bristol Airport has installed a ten-bay charging zone, with the potential to expand this in the future, to promote the use of electric vehicles for both passengers and employees.
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.
In a bid to reduce waste at Bristol Airport, a paper cup scheme has been launched which sees cups separated from other rubbish, recycled and re-purposed.
Dublin Airport is taking part in a trial that uses biometrics to help passengers seamlessly travel between Ireland and Bristol Airport.
BlipTrack solutions will be expanded to cover all processes at Birmingham Airport, to help make more informed strategic resourcing, facility and expansion planning decisions, following successful queue management strategies.
The latest ePassport gates, funded by the Welsh Government, will permit travellers with biometric passports to bypass manual inspections, allowing quicker entry into Wales.
As the development of Bristol Airport continues, the airport is offering £1.8 million to fund for noise insulation for homes in the surrounding area.
With increasingly good public transport options and ride-hailing services available, airport parking is becoming less popular with passengers travelling to the airport. Kelly Edwards from UK travel insurance provider, Staysure, examines the data from a recent UK research study and considers what effect this downturn has on airports themselves.
The airport industry is no stranger to the threat of cyber attacks, but 2018 saw some key aviation and financial services companies in the spotlight after IT glitches. Lev Lesokhin from software consultancy CAST reveals how companies can learn from the past and avoid making the headlines for the wrong…
Runner up in our Airport of the Year award category 2018, Bristol Airport has introduced a new Spoke Electronic Flight Progress Strip (EFPS) to increase stand management at the airport.
International Airport Review is very proud to announce the shortlisted candidates for its 2018 Awards, and would like to thank everyone who participated, nominated and voted in the awards this year.
Following a successful partnership at London Gatwick, DHL has been appointed by easyJet to take over the airline’s ground handling operations at Bristol and Manchester Airports.
The ‘One Too Many’ campaign is the first-of-its-kind to bring the main Aviation Industry partners together to raise awareness of the need to fly responsibly