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Winter Operations In-Depth Focus 2019

Posted: 28 February 2019 | | No comments yet

As winter weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, airport winter operations teams need to ensure they have the ability and provision to keep the airport running as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. This In-Depth Focus examines the ways airports can ensure they are adaptable and prepared for all eventualities.











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Included in this In-Depth Focus:

  • Keeping snowfall under control
    Lars Aspelund Faurschou, Head of Airside Support at Copenhagen Airports A/S, explains how an all departments method is the best way to tackle to frequent and sometimes sudden winter weather that impacts Copenhagen Airport.
  • On standby: Winter operations at Frankfurt Airport
    With the unpredictability of weather forecasts, and the little warning Frankfurt Airport often receives before the onset of snow, grounds operations team must be ready for all eventualities. Here, Fraport AG reveals how winter operations are streamlined at Frankfurt Airport.
  • Working together to keep the world moving
    With below average snowfall, and above average ice conditions throughout the winter, winter operations at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport are evolving with the weather. Airfield Maintenance Manager, Zaramie Lindseth, reveals how with over 33,000,000ft2 of pavement to de-ice, the operation must be streamlined, succinct and most importantly, safe.

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