Gordon Dewar, for the first article in a series of interviews with airport CEOs, tells International Airport Review how being CEO of Edinburgh Airport enables him to connect not just cities and countries, but individuals too.
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Gordon Dewar and Ian Lang – Edinburgh Airport’s Chief Executive and Capital Director, discuss the journey they have been on so far with the airport build, and what the future holds.
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.
A new dedicated taxi facility at Edinburgh Airport will help passengers secure a seamless experience as they travel beyond the airport.
The consumer advice group, Which?, has compiled 6,327 member experiences of flying to and from an UK airport in the past year to estimate the worst and best security wait times.
A UK-wide airport study from Netflights includes accessibility within six categories, using data directly from airport users.
Wouldn't it be easier to check your luggage in before you get to the airport to avoid the unnecessary stress? At Edinburgh Airport you can now check baggage in the night before you travel for a more seamless journey.
Cameras that track vehicles touting and tailgating, which has recently increased at drop-off points around the airport, have been installed.
In an exclusive from David Gammie, CIO at Edinburgh Airport, we hear how smart networks help to meet increasing passenger demands for connectivity while delivering 24/7 business critical operations.
Part of a £200 million investment programme, the expansion enhances the airport’s connectivity options and will support passenger growth to 20 million passengers.
In a week promoting best-practise in aviation safety, the AOA will showcase the UK's safety standards, which are amongst the best in the world.
Edinburgh Airport upgrades its technology to allow a more personal connection between a passenger with reduced mobility and the airport's control room.
New innovative technology will put valet parking at the heart of Edinburgh Airport’s parking approach to use its space more efficiently.
Technology has always been at the forefront of progression in the aviation industry, but what can we look forward to in 2019? Here are 10 of the technologies set to make a big impact...