ATC / ATM supplement 2015
Posted: 20 March 2015 | International Airport Review
In this ATC / ATM supplement, Andrey Elinson explains the impact of Open Skies status for Russia’s Sochi International Airport, and David Gamper discusses how smaller airports can also benefit from airspace reform…
- Sochi International Airport: Russia under wide Open Skies
Sochi International Airport, the main port of entry for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, gained Open Skies status in October 2014. This will help it to attract new carriers, boost passenger traffic and improve Sochi’s tourism attractiveness, explains Andrey Elinson, Chair of the Board at airport operator Basel Aero…
- Better together: Airports in the era of integrated airspace management
Airports are complex places—there are many constraints, some landside and some airside, and all airports need efficient access to airspace. This is especially important at large and complex airports, which typically become constrained by available flightpaths for arrivals and departures as they expand. Smaller airports can also benefit from airspace reform, including new approach and departure routes. David Gamper, Director of Safety and Technical Affairs at ACI World shows where improvements can be made…
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