New guidance aims to support airports in re-starting flight operations and will be updated by ACI World as more information becomes available.
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Airside operations cover a vast range of procedures, including but not limited to the management of aircraft movements, foreign object debris (FOD) detection, wildlife management, the handling of weather implications, evaluating law enforcement, ARFF, air traffic control, and incident responses.
Many of these directly impact the safety of passengers and staff and therefore are incredibly important for the day-to-day routine at an airport. They also involve a portfolio of individuals within an airport’s workforce and so International Airport Review aims to gather industry news on airside operations, but also to speak to leading industry figures regarding what they see as the biggest challenges within airside operations, the potential solutions, and what they see the future holding for the airside area of an airport.
After releasing COVID-19 guidelines, EASA has now launched a programme to monitor the implementation of the outlined measures.
James Shapland, the Met Office’s Aviation Operations Manager, explains how the Met Office works with airports to ensure operations run smoothly during the challenging winter period.
By temporarily shortening its runway by 1.1km, Auckland Airport is able to undertake vital replacement work whilst keeping the runway operational.
The flight checks, undertaken on the afternoon of the 23 May 2020, are in preparation for the opening of Brisbane Airport's new runway on 12 July 2020.
Johan Juujärvi, Manager of Rovaniemi Airport, spoke to International Airport Review regarding the procedures that are in place to tackle winter weather at Finland’s third busiest airport.
At Prague Airport, blankets of snow often cover the runway and could pose challenges to plane movements. International Airport Review spoke with Pavel Rejlek, Manager of Airfield Maintenance and Operation at Prague Airport, to see how the airport deals with such an unpredictable challenge.
The new report considers how the UK is already working towards commercial drone development and what is yet to be done to further the current efforts.
The Port of Seattle initiates implementation of a surface area management system with artificial intelligence to help staff better understand safety issues.
CEO of Zurich Airport, Stephan Widrig, participated in International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, and discussed how his airport is tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.
The ICAO PHC concept is COVID-19 specific and has been developed using a risk-based approach, taking safety management principles into account.
11 May 2020 | By Honeywell
Preparing for the new normal in airports: The global coronavirus outbreak has created an increasing number of challenges to individuals, communities and companies while strongly impacting travel, transportation and healthcare. While some governments across the globe announced stimuli packages, the aviation industry is still working to determine how the current…
Whilst Abu Dhabi International Airport’s cargo facilities are fully operational, comprehensive health and safety measures have been implemented in response to COVID-19.
Infrastructure projects continue at Vilnius Airport, with apron and taxiway developments including renovation and construction.
Dr. KJ Devasia, General Manager and Head of Enterprise Risk and Corporate Resilience at Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL), details how aviation should begin to implement unique crisis management models to improve the industry’s safety.