Glasgow Airport is one of only 85 organisations worldwide to win a Distinction in the International Safety Awards 2021 for its commitment to workforce and workplace safety.
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An AGS Airports-led consortium will work on the CAELUS project to demonstrate how autonomous drone technology can enhance access to essential medical supplies across Scotland.
The decision is part of the UK government's efforts to help to protect against the importation of new strains of coronavirus that are currently circulating globally.
Now in its 62nd year, the International Safety Awards recognise and celebrate organisations from around the world which have demonstrated commitment to preventing workplace injuries and work-related ill health.
The biodegradable bags will be trialled at security checkpoints in three airports managed by AGS Airports' - Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton.
Following the collapse of UK-based airline, Flybe, the GMB Union has warned that eight regional airports across the UK are now at risk of closure.
Since beginning operation in 1910, Southampton Airport has been a consistent aviation pioneer, and has now shifted its focus to the development of sustainable operations.
Following a visit from the UK Aviation Minister, Southampton Airport and local business leaders are calling for work to strengthen regional connectivity.
Designed to soothe nervous fliers and passengers with hidden disabilities, the therapy dogs are now a semi-permanent feature at Southampton.
Adrian Cameron, Airport Duty Manager at Southampton Airport, tells us how and why he developed the CARE programme, and how to battle the stigma surrounding mental health.
Eight petrol and electric plug-in hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 4x4s arrive at Glasgow Airport to make airside operations more sustainable.
Runner up in our Airport of the Year award category 2018, Bristol Airport has introduced a new Spoke Electronic Flight Progress Strip (EFPS) to increase stand management at the airport.
Robird, as it is called, is designed to strike fear into the hearts of a wide range of potential runway hazards, including 'other' birds of prey.