The new solar farm, scheduled to begin operation in 2021, will produce enough renewable energy to power all four of Melbourne Airport's passenger terminals.
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More than 4,000 physical distancing floor and seat markings at check in, security and gate lounges, alongside 420 hand sanitiser units, have been deployed at Melbourne Airport.
Hywel Rees, CEO of Leeds Bradford Airport, discusses plans for a new terminal that will significantly improve the passenger experience, as well as the airport’s target of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2023, within the latest installment of International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report outlines that passengers are having a better experience as a result of airport investments.
Across many industries, women are striving to reduce the discrepancies between male and female employees, and to encourage young women to follow their ambitions.
The new express link will help to relieve congestion for passengers arriving at Melbourne Airport and provide easier access to Terminal 4.
With an expected increase in passenger numbers, Airservices Australia’s Chief Financial Officer, Paul Logan, discusses how the company is developing and how they will ensure that the industry keeps pace with future growth.
Within a series of workshops, Melbourne Airport's retail and hospitality staff will learn to address the unique needs of international passengers.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Airports will all benefit from the implementation of airport collaborative decision making.
The new runway will be built in a north-south orientation after the airport determined that would provide the greatest benefits.
To cater for its growing passenger numbers, Melbourne Airport is to undertake a significant upgrade to its International Arrivals Hall.
The GRESB assessment ranks airports on their commitment to sustainability through environmental, social and governance initiatives.
Working smarter is allowing airports to facilitate more passengers with the existing facilities. However, as Caroline Wilkie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Airports Association, highlights, with demand for air travel intensifying, infrastructure solutions are necessary to ensure the industry has the capacity to meet passenger needs.
The $300 million investment is the largest airfield investment project since the airport opened in 1970 and is set to increase capacity, facilitate new routes and improve terminal facilities.
Melbourne Airport, as part of the Neighbourhood House Community Grants Programme, is investing in educational and employment pathways for those in need.