International Airport Review Issue 3 2021
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: biometrics; accessibility; construction and renovation; PRM assistance; Global Reporting Format; airport technology priorities; airport design; and also, an event review of our hugely successful Rebuilding Airports Online Summit which took place in May.
Included in this issue:
- Leaders’ Series
Creating a brand-new ending for Perth Airport and Western Australia
Kevin Brown, Chief Executive Officer of Perth Airport, tells International Airport Review how his airport navigated the COVID-19 pandemic and how reinvention is now their new driving force.
- Meeting the needs of all of Belfast City Airport’s passengers
Judith Davis, Airport Operations Manager at George Best Belfast City Airport, discusses the airport’s award-winning accessibility practices and how it works to ensure that the airport journey is stress-free for both PRMs and passengers with hidden disabilities.
- Bringing Italian design to Milan Linate Airport
Next June, Milan Linate Airport will inaugurate its renovation after undergoing important works to completely restyle the city airport. The terminal – managed along with the intercontinental airport of Milan Malpensa by Società per azioni Esercizi Aeroportuali (SEA) – is now worthy of a city like Milan, explains Alessandro Fidato, Chief Operating Officer of SEA Milan Airports.
- Investing in the future of Greece
Bill Fullerton, Chief Technical Officer of Fraport Greece, speaks to International Airport Review about the challenges that the operator faced when undertaking a hugely ambitious project of renovating and expanding 14 regional airports in Greece in less than four years.
- Airport technology priorities in the face of a pandemic
Billy Shallow, Director for Innovation and Technology at Airports Council International (ACI) World, outlines the top 10 priorities that airports should be considering, to meet the challenges of today’s evolving aviation industry.
- Five questions airport leaders should consider when rolling out biometrics
Before beginning any transformation programme it’s important to gain agreement and a clear strategic direction, but knowing where to begin once that has been established can be difficult. International Airport Review consulted with the industry on what some key considerations should be when rolling out biometrics in the airport, the results are laid out below.
- Modern IT drives cost efficiency in PRM assistance
Accessible Air Travel Expert, Roberto Castiglioni, speaks to International Airport Review about the impact that PRM no-shows have on operational efficiency and what airports can do to tackle this.
- Assistance for airports transitioning to the new GRF methodology as November deadline looms
Thomas Romig, Vice President of Safety, Security & Operations at ACI World, speaks to International Airport Review about the support available for airports as the Global Reporting Format for Runway Assessments regulation becomes applicable from November 2021.
All the above, as well as two additional supplements on biometrics and operational efficiency.
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