Arne Kirchhoff, Senior Vice President of Aviation and Accountable Manager at Stuttgart Airport, explains how the airport’s innovative approach to A-CDM is at the heart of its sustainability goals.
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A new study conducted by EUROCONTROL has shown that capacity constraints are the biggest challenge for airports in the face of COVID-19.
Walter Schoefer, Managing Director, Non-Aviation, of Stuttgart Airport, talks about the need to invest in sustainable and progressive infrastructure.
New cargo vehicles have been introduced at the airport, focusing on a more environmentally-friendly option for cargo handling.
For this column, International Airport Review asked a panel of industry experts: Where do you stand on Air Passenger Duty?
At Stuttgart Airport, new charges for take-off and landing have come into effect; encouraging the use of electric aircraft and alternative fuels.
For the Sustainability Series this week we delve into the realms of winter operations as de-icing fluids can put natural resources at risk as they increase the carbon content in water. Stuttgart Airport maintains an intelligent sewage system consisting of 250km of tubes and water treatment basins with environmentally-responsible management.
Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, CEO and Chairman of the German air navigation service provider, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, shares his perspective on current trends in European air navigation services and his vision of the future.
16 February 2015 | By Nico Ruwe, Head of Airside Operations & Winter Services, Stuttgart Airport
In November 2014, Stuttgart Airport achieved full A-CDM status. Having managed the project throughout the whole process, Nico Ruwe, Head of Airside Operations & Winter Services discusses the benefits and key milestones in its implementation.