The Chilean capital’s air terminal, Santiago Airport, has begun its efforts to become a net-zero carbon emissions airport by 2050.
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Following breaking its record in 2019 by delivering 1,100 apprenticeships, Heathrow Airport intends to deliver an additional 400 in 2020.
Fraport Brasil has implemented 26 self-service gates; 14 at Forteleza Airport and 12 at Porto Alegre Airport, in a bid to improve efficiency.
Swedavia intends to enable all 10 of its airports to handle electric aircraft and place the first commercial electrified route in service by 2025.
Marc Houalla, Executive Director of Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, gives an insight into how innovation and technology are essential for a successful future.
The new paper published by ACI World offers guidance on key issues related to airspace and airport capacity and the options available to operators.
The Carbon Disclosure Project recognised NATS due to its efforts to reduce the environmental impact of air travel through the efficient use of airspace.
Following airport employees voting for a new charity partner, Solihull Mind will benefit from a three-year partnership with Birmingham Airport.
The recycling stations offer a sustainable solution to Glasgow Airport's passengers and staff using single-use coffee cups.
London Luton Airport joins eight European airports and 35 global airports to have been awarded with the ACI accreditation.
Features of the JFK International Airport Terminal 4 redevelopment will include expanded check-in and arrival areas, and the addition of 16 new gates.
The new resource provides airports with guidance on the best practices for establishing and implementing efficient cyber-security defences.
With the new sustainable approach to waste management, Domodedovo Airport will be able to recycle 45 tonnes of cardboard, plastic and polythene each month.
Dublin Airport has partnered with Hack Access in a bid to improve the travel experience for passengers with reduced mobility.
Bristol Airport's planning application, which would have expanded the airport site and increased its capacity, was rejected by 18 votes to seven.