The International Air Cargo Association has revealed Edmonton International Airport and CargoAi, as the winners of the Corporate and Start-up/Small Business category for the 2022 Sustainability Awards.
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Watch this exclusive video interview with Edmonton International Airport's CEO and President, Tom Ruth, at Passenger Terminal Expo 2022.
The Government of Canada and air industry partners are continuing the fight to take significant action to increase resources and streamline processes to ease airport congestion and delays.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority has introduced the Ford Launchpad for Innovative Technologies and Entrepreneurship, to provide grants to companies developing new air travel technology solutions.
Daniel-Robert Gooch, President of the Canadian Airports Council, gives International Airport Review, an overview of what Canadian airports are doing to advance aviation in its fight against climate change.
The new facility will provide electricity and heat for Edmonton Airport's operations from the same source, which will significantly lower the airport's carbon emissions and reduce costs.
Steve Maybee, Vice President of Operations and Infrastructure at Edmonton International Airport, discusses the challenges that the airport faces due to the changeable Canadian weather and how they are able to deal with it in order to remain operational.
The Simplified Arrival process is currently set to be introduced at eight Preclearance locations across Canada, beginning with Toronto Pearson Airport.
The report outlines the recommended practices to ensure that all vaccine transportation by air meets the highest standards of speed, security, reliability and transparency.
In partnership with GLC Medical Inc., Edmonton Airport will run clinical trials of a new COVID-19 test that provides results in one minute.
The new filtration system will enable Edmonton Airport to remove de-icing fluid from accumulated airport storm runoff during the spring and summer of 2020.
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Edmonton International Airport (EIA), Canada's fifth biggest by passenger numbers, has pledged its support to bringing low carbon, renewable fuels into the aviation and airport sectors.
Edmonton International Airport in Canada will become the first airport in the world to use a lifelike robotic bird on a daily basis to scare real birds away from the airport.