Christchurch International Airport has achieved being beyond carbon neutral, to become climate positive, an excellent milestone and movement towards a lower carbon aviation future.
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Hamburg Airport (HAM)
The International Airport Online Summit which took place on 15-17 March, was a huge success. In case you missed out, we have highlighted three of key panel sessions that we think you should catch up on.
Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport, believes that there will be an even bigger focus on the passenger experience in the future. In response to this, Hamburg Airport has set up a dedicated business unit on passenger management.
As 2022 begins, Hamburg Airport’s air traffic and passenger figures continue to improve despite the challenging circumstances of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions.
The German Federal Minister of Transport awards funding to develop a deployable counter UAS system in order to enhance safety at airports.
Passengers can benefit from even more independence and flexibility at departure with Hamburg Airport’s self bag drop. Michael Eggenschwiler, Chief Executive Officer, Hamburg Airport explains how the experience of the technology to date leaves no doubt that automated baggage check-in is the right solution for the future.
As cargo throughput continues to grow significantly at the airport, the Hungarian hub will expand its handling capacity to further develop its role as the leading gateway in Central Eastern Europe.
During the test phase, the range extends to snacks like baguettes and cinnamon pastries along with cold drinks such as water and cola.
With global air traffic continuing to rise and airport capacity already at a premium, it’s imperative for the airport industry to utilise technology to help make operations more effectual. The baggage handling sector has seen a huge increase in automation and the result is a more efficient service that can…
In what may be one of the biggest years in aviation history, here are just a few of the airports that have broken their own records.
For the first time in the history of the airport, Hamburg surpassed 17 million passengers - but with fewer flights.
What is seamless travel? How does it differ from passenger experience? How might different airports must rethink the way they treat different passengers? Here's what the 'Seamless Travel Series' taught us...
An exclusive insight from Hamburg CEO Michael Eggenschwiler on the changing relationship between airport and air passenger.