Orlando International has become the first airport to be awarded with the accreditation, following efforts that began in 2017.
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Tory Richardson details how challenges within the aviation industry should be used to help cater for the increased demand for air travel in the years to come.
In a bid to increase capacity and improve the passenger experience, expansion works will begin at Changi Airport at the end of January 2020.
The project involves the development of a new integrated terminal at Jersey Airport, led by Volkers Fitzpatrick.
New research, undertaken at Queen's University in Belfast, has lead to the beginning of a development project for more efficient security scanners.
Avinor ANS' implementation of a UTM in Norway will allow for the beginning of safe integration of drones into controlled airspace.
DARE equipment will help to reduce the impact of disabled aircraft blocking the runways and, as a result, reduce flight delays.
Plans for a new terminal building are to be submitted in spring, replacing the previously agreed scheme and existing building.
McCarran Airport joins over 3,400 destinations and high-traffic locations in Las Vegas serviced by self-driving cars.
Designed to soothe nervous fliers and passengers with hidden disabilities, the therapy dogs are now a semi-permanent feature at Southampton.
Biometric exit screening technologies will be piloted for a total of 45 days at three international gates at Philadelphia Airport.
ACI Europe's recommendations state that a significant change must be made to the way airport slot allocation is governed.
The anti-drone system has been put into operation in the hope of keeping the UK's busiest airfield free from disruption.
The expansion will increase the available capacity and decrease waiting times at the two security screening checkpoints at SFO.
In a bid to make wayfinding at the airport easier, Prague Airport has worked with Apple Maps to provide a digital map of the terminals' interior.