Aging GSE risks being not just a liability but a serious barrier to future growth, and so smaller airports determined not to be left behind must consider alternative investment opportunities. Jay Lucas, Aviation Specialist at Arkle Finance, provided more information.
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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.
A crypto-mining infection has been discovered at an international airport, despite the network being protected by antivirus systems.
The Director General of ACI World has said that innovation is key to the growth of African airports but regulatory support is needed.
Pulkovo St Petersburg Airport will now serve visitors from 53 countries entering the Russian Federation with free electronic visas.
The importance of economic development within air transport has been stressed by the UN agency.
Airport development is often greatly influenced by who owns the assets and how they are managed and regulated. Kashif Khalid from IATA here describes how it is no different in Africa and the Middle East.
Environmental Litigation Group discusses how the use of PFAS-containing foams at airports is increasing the likelihood of individuals suffering from multiple types of cancer.
Speaking at the ICAO 40th Assembly, ICAO Secretary General, Dr Fang Liu, discussed aviation safety and air navigation capacity and efficiency.
Despite near-term challenges, Groupe ADP’s operating performance and business fundamentals should remain sound, says Juliana Gallo, Director, Infrastructure EMEA, S&P Global Ratings.
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…
For this column, International Airport Review asked a panel of industry experts: Where do you stand on Air Passenger Duty?
Breath analyser examination facilities have been introduced in Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA).