Munich Airport joins a selection of other European airports in implementing the COVID-19 recommendations devised by the EASA and ECDC.
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Charles de Gaulle Airport is among 10 other aviation stakeholders to join EASA's programme to assess the effectiveness of its COVID-19 safety measures.
Airports and aviation organisations share COVID-19 experiences with Airport Regions Council (ARC), including innovative solutions that proved efficient.
The first 10 companies to join EASA's COVID-19 programme include seven airports and airport operators from across Europe, as well as three airlines.
Jonathan Nilsson, CEO of Green Furniture Concept, discusses how airports should implement placemaking through design.
Marc Houalla, Executive Director of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, gives an insight into how innovation and technology are essential for a successful future.
In this article, we review which airports had the highest number of aircraft movements in 2019, based on the total number of landings and take-offs.
Following an agreement for a direct renewable energy supply, Groupe ADP has now accelerated its efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.
In this article, we review which airports handled the largest amount of cargo by metric tonne that passed through the airport in 2019.
Despite near-term challenges, Groupe ADP’s operating performance and business fundamentals should remain sound, says Juliana Gallo, Director, Infrastructure EMEA, S&P Global Ratings.
In this article, we review which airports had the highest passenger numbers in 2019, based on the total number of departing, arriving, transferring and direct transit passengers.
Official Airline Guide has released its annual Megahubs Index in which it rates the connectivity of major air transportation hubs.
Staggered threshold approach concepts combined with new tools show a potential for achieving an increase in airport capacity of up to 10 per cent.
The EUROCONTROL ‘Challenges of Growth 2018’ study predicts there will be a lack of capacity at European airports in 2040 preventing around 1.5 million flights from flying. Such a lack of capacity could mean 160 million passengers would not be able to travel with a potential economic loss of around…