This roundtable reviews 2019, makes predictions for 2020, and provides exclusive advice for airports from four industry leaders.
List view / Grid view
Tara Nolan (International Airport Review)
Filter the results
Across many industries, women are striving to reduce the discrepancies between male and female employees, and to encourage young women to follow their ambitions.
Winnipeg Airports Authority’s Trevor Strome details the importance of up-to-date IT infrastructure; providing a vision for the future of airport technology.
David Preuss, Chief Information Officer at Cologne Bonn Airport, provides International Airport Review with an overview of how the use of IT infrastructure is evolving.
International Airport Review explored the industry’s perspective on what additional measures all aviation stakeholders should take in order to help stop human trafficking.
Adam Spurling, Compliance Team Manager at Civil Aviation Authority, discusses the impact SeMS could have on airport security, and how it is in all stakeholders’ best interests to utilise the concept.
Safety and security are necessary elements to secure passenger satisfaction, but weather, fuel spillages and unplanned occurrences can cause massive disruptions. International Airport Review asked Gatwick Airport’s Incident Operations Manager how he prepares for unprecedented events.
Tara Nolan, International Airport Review’s Editor, spoke to London City Airport's Alison FitzGerald, Chief Operating Officer, and Liam McKay, Director of Corporate Affairs, regarding their mission to become the UK’s most sustainable airport.
For this column, International Airport Review asked a panel of industry experts: Where do you stand on Air Passenger Duty?
For airports across the globe, providing passengers with a seamless travel experience whilst protecting the airport systems from risks are two of the most important priorities. Here, Wilma van Dijk gives an insight into how Schiphol is working towards securing both.
The GTAA has been involved in many technology projects that have significantly changed the future of airport operations and passenger experience. It is now time for other airports to implement the suggested strategies.
New technologies – and the data they provide – can better inform decision making, keep operations up to date and ensure the passenger is content.
As new security threats impose themselves on airport systems – including drones, insider threats, cyber-hackers and planned acts of terrorism – International Airport Review spoke to three individuals involved in the security sector to explore their views of airport security, their visions for the future, and the advice they can…
Letter from the Editor: Collaborative thinking and shared learning is key to developing IT and security in our industry
With airports constantly challenged to keep up with the opportunities and associated risks brought about by advances in technology, Tara Nolan looks ahead to this year's Airport IT & Security conference for some answers.
Bettina Ganghofer, CEO of Salzburg Airport, detailed the vision for the regional airport’s future developments and strategies to International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan.