daa has unveiled details of 20 environmental sustainability initiatives being rolled out across Dublin and Cork Airports.
List view / Grid view
Dublin Airport (DUB)
Europe’s airports prioritises needs of passengers with non-visible disabilities centre stage with ACI Europe’s guidance
ACI EUROPE launched the first ever guidance globally for airports assisting passengers with non-visible disabilities.
ACI EUROPE releases its air traffic report for September and the third quarter (Q3) of 2023 - a peak period for European passenger traffic.
daa, the operator of Dublin and Cork airports, has reported that passengers numbers recovered strongly in the first six months of 2023.
In International Airport Review's Issue 2 2023, Andrea Carroll, Group Head of Sustainability at daa, wrote exclusively for International Airport Review about how they are striving to meet sustainability targets, but also working to be a socially responsible enterprise who supports surrounding communities.
ACI Europe, in their air traffic report of 2023, found that passenger traffic had recovered by 48%. The growth is accredited to an influx of international travel, with a lesser impact made by domestic.
Ryanair and Shell have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to advance the supply of sustainable aviation fuel at over 200 Ryanair airports across Europe.
Bristol Airport anticipates over 900,000 passengers total to travel through the airport for the month of August 2022.
Airports Council International Europe has published the 'Airport Industry Connectivity Report for 2022', which reveals that the recovery of European air connectivity from the pandemic remains difficult.
With today marked as "Freedom Day" in England with the ending of all lockdown restrictions, the Irish Aviation Authority has welcomed it as a sign of hope.
The two facilities, which will be operated by Randox and RocDoc, will offer the option of either a drive-through or walk-in test and PCR or LAMP testing.
With certain elements of Dublin Airport's Terminal 1 beginning to reach the end of their life, the airport is now seeking planning permission for necessary redevelopment works.
Dr Viktoriia Myroniuk, Programme Leader for BEng/MEng Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Salford, discusses aspects of airport cities that are not commonly considered.