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Issue 4’s In-Depth Focus on Winter Operations

Winter weather delays slow down operations and cost the airport money. In this month’s In-Depth Focus, we hear from three experts on how they do not lose their cool when it comes to winter operations.

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For this In-depth Focus, we speak to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport and the Chicago Department of Aviation about their experience dealing with winter weather, and hear from the Canadian Airports Council on how their airports are preparing for the incoming change to the Global Reporting Format.

  • Winter service at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
    Dragan Dimitrijevic, Technical Maintenance Director at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, tells International Airport Review about how the airport keeps a cool head when winter weather descends.
  • Remaining operational in challenging weather
    Wayne Harvey, Vice President, Operational, Technical and Regulatory Affairs at the Canadian Airports Council, talks to International Airport Review about how Canadian airports deal with winter weather and how they are preparing for the incoming change to the Global Reporting Format.
  • Freezing out winter weather delays
    Jamie L. Rhee, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation, tells International Airport Review about the $168 million Central De-icing Facility that opened at Chicago O’Hare International Airport in 2018, which has been reducing winter weather delays ever since.











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