ACI has updated its guidance on practical health and operational measures that can be introduced to support safe travel, and has also expanded the guidance to include information on health passes and vaccinations, as well as risk management with a particular focus on human factors during recovery.
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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.
The NCA warns that furloughed airport and port staff who are returning to work and who have detailed knowledge of controls and processes around the border could be targeted by organised crime groups.
In the third and final instalment of an exclusive mini-series by International Airport Review, Sarah Talbot, Project Manager and Airport Planner at ADM Aéroports de Montréal, discusses the intricacies of implementing ORAT within the airport’s major infrastructure projects.
Marc Houalla, Deputy Executive Director of Groupe ADP and Managing Director of Paris‑Charles De Gaulle Airport, argues that big data and artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly essential for airport management and takes an in-depth look at how it benefitted operations within his own airport.
Ersin İnankul, Chief Digital and Commercial Officer at Istanbul Airport, speaks to International Airport Review about the airport’s quest to offer a completely seamless passenger experience through touchless technologies, artificial intelligence and biometrics.
“It Doesn’t Fly With Us”: New campaign sees aviation industry stepping up to protect threatened wildlife
The ROUTES Partnership and United For Wildlife have launched a new ‘Step Up to Stop Wildlife Trafficking’ campaign and are encouraging all aviation companies that want to help to end wildlife trafficking in air transport to get involved. For International Airport Review, Michelle Owen, ROUTES’ Lead, discusses the campaign and…
With today marked as "Freedom Day" in England with the ending of all lockdown restrictions, the Irish Aviation Authority has welcomed it as a sign of hope.
Rika Ito, Manager of the Environmental Management Group at Kansai Airports, details the commitment being made to address environmental issues and the advantages of working collaboratively between the three airports under the group’s operation in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
Zihong Gorman, IT Manager at San Francisco International Airport, details how upgrading their ETL programmes has reinvigorated analytics tools at the airport and is allowing both itself and business users to achieve so much more from their data.
With passenger numbers expected to be 47.3 per cent down by the end of 2021 compared to 2019, ACI World has predicted that global traffic may take up to two decades to return to previously projected levels.
Findings from an IATA survey have outlined that safety, operations and security will be the main areas where training will be required post-pandemic, once the workforce begins to return to the industry.
Findings of the Queen Alia Airport study emphasised the significance of the airport in facilitating economic growth, generating employment and boosting government revenue.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has become the first airport worldwide to be accredited for the first time at the highest level of the ACI ACA programme.
Post-Brexit, the value of trade being transported through Heathrow Airport could grow to over £204 billion, benefitting British businesses in every corner of the UK.