By extending the airport slots allocation waiver, the UK government has acted on calls for relief from the aviation sector and ensured that airlines will avoid operating high-cost carbon-inefficient ‘ghost flights’.
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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.
In this video, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, is interviewed by Fethi Chebil, Airport PPP Expert at ICAO. Together, they discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global airport business; the restart and recovery of the industry post-pandemic; the ACI World Airport Health Accreditation;…
More than 280 individual measures under Munich Airport's carbon-neutral by 2030 target have already been implemented successfully.
Set to open in 2021, the Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC) at Cranfield University aims to bring together sector leads from across the aviation industry within a collaborative research environment to create, experiment and challenge the digital status quo. International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, spoke with three…
Moventor has generated a list of things to check to ensure you have done all the preparation needed when the GRF applies.
In the latest instalment of our exclusive series, Gert-Jan de Graaff, CEO of Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), explains how quick thinking has been central in adapting to the challenges of the pandemic, and that there is a glimmer of hope for recovery on the horizon.
As a result of the wide range of measures and COVID-safe practices that the airport implemented to protect its staff and passengers, Sunshine Coast Airport has received the ACI Airport Health Accreditation.
Following Istanbul Airport's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and continue operations in line its sustainability principles, ACI Europe has awarded the airport with Level 1 of the ACA programme.
Rajeev K. Jain, Chief Executive Officer of Mumbai International Airport Ltd. (MIAL), operator of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) in Mumbai, tells International Airport Review about what it takes to ensure the efficient and temperature-controlled storage and transportation of the COVID-19 vaccine and how the airport is emerging as…
Within this section of the magazine, Steve Maybee from Edmonton International Airport highlights the challenges that the airport faces due to the changeable Canadian weather, Mark Beveridge from Aberdeen International Airport details how the airport managed to remain open and operational during a time when many airports were forced to…
The new operational system will support the coordination of decision making across the entire Perth Airport site, including landside, airside and all flights.
The European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) is the largest organisation representing aviation workers in Europe. In an article for International Airport Review , Eoin Coates, Head of Aviation at ETF, highlights the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on aviation's workerforce, and calls on the European Commission to act now to…
A new partnership between three aviation and infrastructure companies will see the development of an eVTOL vertiports network connecting strategic locations in major cities across Florida.
In the second instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, CEO of Tallinn Airport, Riivo Tuvike, provides an insight into the airport’s efforts to become more environmentally responsible and how it is working to protect local nature and wildlife.
The certified jet fuel will enable a minimum reduction in carbon emissions of 75 per cent compared to fossil fuel equivalents and remove thousands of tonnes of waste-plastics from the environment every year.