Leonardo’s Paola Sciacchitano discusses company’s ambitious project to supply its baggage handling system to 10 airports in Spain.
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Thomas Rehberg, Head of Aviation and Public Safety at Nokia, gives his expert view on airport digitalisation.
Mike Willson, firefighting foam, and foam systems specialist, talks to International Airport Review about the questions over the suitability of PFAS-Free Foam alternatives.
Di Lintott, a SeMS Auditor with the UK Civil Aviation Authority, examines the role SeMS will play as the aviation industry recovery begins, and what the future will hold for SeMS as the CAA continues to push forward in modernising its oversight approach.
The unique cooperation between the world’s leading bag-tag manufacturers under the umbrella of The eezeetags® family is not only a highly competent and trustworthy network, but also a globally recognised guarantor of compliance with high quality standards.
Borry Vrieling, Founder and Managing Director of Eezeetags, answers quick fire questions over the future of the air travel sector and the trends he foresees emerging.
The smarter airport – How can intelligent decision-making transform performance and customer experience?
James Williamson from Veovo explains their perspective on smarter airports.
In this In-Depth Focus we hear from two airports who are deriving the best from digital transformation.
Cleaner, Greener Airports: Making Aviation More Sustainable – San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Brendan Reed, Director of Planning & Environmental Affairs for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, explains how San Diego International Airport’s brand-new Terminal 1 will develop the airport’s future sustainability goals and endeavours.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: route development; digital transformation; the future of aviation; wayfinding; ARFF and experts who look back over the past year.
Green Furniture Concept’s sustainable modular furniture offers are increasingly in demand, due to today’s unique challenges with social distancing and hygiene under COVID-19.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, Los Angeles World Airports explains how despite bold, they are determined to achieve their net zero energy, water, waste, and carbon emissions vision by the year 2045.
At the recent World Routes conference in Milan, International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles, caught up with Jacopo Tonucci, Aeronautical Business Development Director of Riyadh Airports Company. They discussed the effect of the pandemic on King Khalid International Airport and his views for the future of air connectivity in his…
Todd Ernst, Director of Aviation Infrastructure, Energy, and the Environment for Toronto Pearson Airport, explains how Canada’s largest airport has set clear targets for net zero emissions and net zero waste by 2050.
In a webinar on 16 November, Nokia and Brussels Airport Company presented how LTE/5G private wireless networks can accelerate airports’ digital transformation.