As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Vaclav Rehor discusses how aviation must cooperate effectively to ensure a safe future for the industry.
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In a bid to make wayfinding at the airport easier, Prague Airport has worked with Apple Maps to provide a digital map of the terminals' interior.
The investment will be utilised across Prague Airport, funding essential long-term developments including the extension of Terminal 2.
Vaclav Rehor, CEO of Prague Airport, details how although the airport’s increased number of passengers is of course a positive development, it does have its drawbacks – a double-edged sword that is affecting airports across the world.
New passenger information screens at Prague Airport give information in six languages, ensuring more people can easily navigate the airport.
Voice recognition that turns speech to text is thought to be the answer to the exponential growth in air traffic ensuring ATC systems are safe and efficient while being up-to-date.
A report has found that many of these passengers (nearly one million) were travelling between the Czech capital and the UK, up by over 11 per cent from previous year.
In total, Prague Airport invested €7.7 million in the new security checkpoint and related buildings at Terminal 2, including new technologies and all structural modifications.
The operators of Prague Airport and Incheon International have announced they have boosted their ties by signing an 'extensive partnership agreement'.
After six years, American Airlines will come back to Budapest Airport.
A decade ago the safety of lives and operations at Prague Airport lay solely in the hands of individuals. Today the procedures and commonplace practices are quite different. In this article for International Airport Review Libor Kurzweil, Safety Manager at Prague Airport, writes about the implementation of the Safety Managment…
Dubai International (DBX), Prague (PRG) and Munich (MUC) airports are benefiting from a rebound in travel by Russians.
Marek Najman, Security Training Manager at Václav Havel Airport Prague explains how it has modernised both in the technology it uses and in its approach to passenger processing in order to improve threat detection as well as the individual experience.