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There are a multitude of regulations and legislation that impact the aviation industry. These can be focused on safety, workforce needs, the legal requirements of connecting countries, and more.
As new risks begin to threaten airports, new regulations come into play to protect the aerodrome environment and its inhabitants.
With multiple aviation authorities working within the industry, regs and legs are being continuously reviewed. Within this section of International Airport Review we hope to keep you up to date on the most recent amendments and rules.
The new Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill will allow police to land, inspect and seize drones, as well as give immediate fines to users.
Improving airports’ access to cyber-threat intelligence and actionable data is the goal of this new collaboration in the aviation industry.
The tour is part of the Department for Transport's Regional Air Connectivity Review, which was launched in mid-January 2020.
Orlando International has become the first airport to be awarded with the accreditation, following efforts that began in 2017.
ACI Europe's recommendations state that a significant change must be made to the way airport slot allocation is governed.
The 12-week consultation is being undertaken as part of the modernisation of the UK's airspace.
Stansted's investment will see efforts made to ensure Uttlesford remains one of the best places in the UK to live, work and do business.
LAX joins a small number of airports in testing the WEA system, taking preemptive measures in case of any future emergencies.
The joint venture between Groupe ADP and AvPORTS has finalised an agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Dr. Max Hirsh discusses the key drivers that distinguish successful airport real estate projects from their less successful peers.
Nishtha Jain, Psychology Undergraduate at Christ University, Bangalore, expresses the opinion that each airport should create a mental health care unit for the wellbeing of both passengers and staff.
Following its review of the 2014 Survey of Noise Attitudes, ICCAN has recommended that new research is undertaken to examine attitudes to aviation noise.
Mike Willson, fire-fighting foam specialist, investigates whether passenger and staff safety is at a greater risk in Australia due to incorrect use of fire‑fighting foams and uncompromising regulations.
The programme will aim to reduce audit complexity and duplication for cargo handling facilities and therefore reduce redundant audit efforts by 50 per cent.