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International Airport Review – Issue #6 2016

Posted: 17 November 2016 | International Airport Review | No comments yet

Read the free-to-view digital version of the latest issue of International Airport Review magazine…

International Airport Review Issue #6 2016

In this issue:

  • FOREWORD: Capacity crunch
    Darren Caplan, Chief Executive, Airport Operators Association
  • PASSENGER FLOW SUPPLEMENT: Improving operational efficiency using sensor technology
    Esben Kolind, Head of Operational & Business Analysis, Copenhagen Airport
  • PASSENGER FLOW SUPPLEMENT: Balancing seamless travel with the passenger experience
    Giovanni Russo, Head of Aviation Planning & Engineering, Zurich Airport
  • PASSENGER FLOW SUPPLEMENT: Using smart travel identity to save passengers’ time
    Matthys Serfontein, Vice President – Airport Solutions, SITA
  • PASSENGER FLOW SUPPLEMENT: The digital revolution
    John Grant, Senior Analyst, OAG
  • ATC/ATM: Requirements for modern airport models
    Peter Eriksen, Senior ATM Consultant
  • SHOW PREVIEW: inter airport South East Asia
  • SHOW PREVIEW: Airport Security & Airport IT 2016
  • ARFF & RECOVERY: Can F3 agents take the fire security heat?
    Mike Willson, Willson Consulting
  • AIRPORT OPERATIONS: Linking to airports in the pre-tactical and tactical phases
    Eurocontrol
  • GROUND HANDLING: Aviation starts on the ground
    Tim Meagher, Ground Operations Inspector, Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia
  • AVIATION CRISIS MANAGEMENT: Emergency evacuation from airports: Rethinking the standard of care
    Michael Ferreira, Vice President Development for Aviation & Transportation, Jensen Hughes
  • SECURITY: Calculated risk
    Dr Simon A. Bennett, Director – Civil Safety and Security Unit, University of Leicester
  • INTERVIEW 60 Seconds with…
    Andreas Delhusen, President & CEO, DHF Airport Systems

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