A recent loss of skilled and experienced aviation leaders within the industry drives cyclic workforce challenges, getting ahead of the curve is critical – but how? Mark Wilson, Head of Airfield at Melbourne Airport, explains more for International Airport Review.
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Two years ahead of the Victorian government’s 2023 deadline, Melbourne Airport has committed to being single-use plastic-free by the end of 2021.
For the first time in over a year, airports across New Zealand and Australia have gladly begun welcoming international passengers again.
In addition to the completion of its International Arrivals Hall refurbishment, Melbourne Airport has also completed an additional 64 construction projects since March 2020.
The AAA's CEO has stressed the significance of the findings of the latest ACCC Airport Monitoring Report, which outlines the devastating impact of COVID-19 on Australian aviation.
Melbourne Airport speaks to International Airport Review about its new solar farm, which is the size of 26 soccer fields and will have the capability to produce enough renewable energy to power all four of its passenger terminals.
The Airport Carbon Accreditation programme - the global carbon standard for airports led by Airports Council International - has extended its framework to include two new, more ambitious levels. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, thinks that, despite the pandemic, airports are more willing than ever to step…
By developing the Melbourne Airport Rail Link, the airport will be able to better serve international visitors and Victorian residents.
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.
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.