Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $31 million in grants to expand key cargo infrastructure at nine airports across the U.S.
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Vancouver International Airport has become the first Canadian airport to receive Level 4+ Airport Carbon Accreditation by Airports Council International.
New software that calculates gate pushbacks at busy hub airports, has been announced by the U.S. Transportation Department’s FAA and NASA, with aims to launch the advanced technology at 27 airports.
Heather Karch, Aviation Facilities and Infrastructure Architecture Manager and Section 504/ADA Coordinator at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, writes of the services and amenities that the airport has implemented and recently expanded in order to provide a positive passenger experience for all.
ACI World and all five of its regions have created a long-term carbon goal for their member airports and have committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Seattle-Tacoma's two pilot programmes, SEA Spot Saver and happyhover™, will work to improve efficiency and modernise the passenger experience.
Kesang T. Ukyab, Manager of Innovation and Technology at Airports Council International (ACI) World, discusses why and how airport experts united to develop the Airport Health Measures Portal and Check & Fly app in order to support passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a bid to be more accessible and inclusive, Seattle-Tacoma Airport has opened a Sensory Room and Interfaith Prayer and Meditation Room.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is now offering ticketed passengers the opportunity to purchase a COVID-19 PCR lab test up to 72 hours prior to travel.
The analysis has found the potential to produce enough sustainable aviation fuel to exceed the goal to offer a 10 per cent SAF jet fuel blend at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by 2028.
Following the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunities to implement artificial intelligence at airports have increased.
Innovation is on the doorstep with the opportunities of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) at airports, Seattle-Tacoma Airport details.
As part of International Airport Review’s CEO Series, Lance Lyttle, Managing Director of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), discusses how airports are going to have to adapt and alter traditional processes for a post-COVID-19 world.
The Port of Seattle initiates implementation of a surface area management system with artificial intelligence to help staff better understand safety issues.