Thousands of airport employees at more than 150 airports and aerodromes across Australia and New Zealand will take part in Airport Safety Week.
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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.
New gates will be added on all three concourses to allow DEN’s airlines an opportunity to grow and for DEN to accommodate new airlines.
ACI World Director General, Angela Gittens, has expressed the industry's need for "harmonised processes for the detection of, and counter measures against, unauthorised drone operations."
Speaking at the ICAO 40th Assembly, ICAO Secretary General, Dr Fang Liu, discussed aviation safety and air navigation capacity and efficiency.
8 October 2019 | By TIBCO
Blockchain in the world of airports According to the newest research released by SITA, blockchain is fast emerging among airports and airlines as the priority technology for making the travel experience more efficient. The most commonly expected use of blockchain is for passenger identification, with 40 per cent of airlines…
The Russian airport practices one of the most complicated rescue drills, including spilled fuel on fire, engines on fire and the possibility of flames spreading into the cabin.
Looking to the future, Schiphol has upgraded the FireFly, encorporating elements based on the Airbus A380 to enable more intensive fire fighting training exercises.
24 September 2019 | By Vision-Box
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR Seamless travel is connecting travellers to airports, airlines and governments in a manner that is transforming the experience inside and outside the airport ecosystem. Industry initiatives including, One-ID and Known Traveller Digital Identity systems (KTDI), are leading the way in reshaping and transforming the traveller experience by…
Discover how to make use of data analytics to make smarter decisions when it matters most – in real time.
As the runway at SFO dates back to the 1960s, the development team allowed extra time for its reconstruction project in case it had to deal with any unforeseen circumstances.