Cardiff Airport and the Isle of Anglesey County Council have come to an agreement for Cardiff to take over passenger service operations.
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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.
18 November 2019 | By IDEMIA
Today, the air transport community is experiencing extraordinary traffic growth. Speeding up the passenger process can decrease the level of security, so biometrics are a key enabler to overcome this challenge while maintaining high security standards. At IDEMIA, we believe that global biometric adoption in airports is the future and…
Changi Airport Group will collaborate with multiple companies to support the air cargo community and pursue CEIV Fresh certification.
The Secretary General of ICAO has stated that the enhancement of ICAO's implementations is benefitting the Middle East both environmentally and economically.
LCY encourages the education pipeline to produce enough individuals with the right STEM skills for the future of aviation.
An updated policy brief on airport networks has been published ACI World, acknowledging they can play a key role in ensuring the economic sustainability of regional airports.
The funds provided by DASA will be used to develop new technologies in order to detect, disrupt and defeat any malicious use of drones.
Four priorities have been suggested by IATA to help airports of MENA stand firm during a challenging operating environment.
Konstantinos Malagas, Research Associate for the Laboratory of Informatics and New Technologies in Shipping, Transport and Insular Development, presents the current state of Greek airports, the intentions of the Greek government, and prospects within the industry.
ACI Asia-Pacific states that changes to the airport charges regulatory framework must be finalised to benefit the Malaysian aviation industry.
The new AeroZone will provide children with the opportunity to learn about their local airport and job opportunities in aviation.
The Aviation Environment Federation asks the government that any increase in UK airport capacity must be suspended until an effective climate plan is put in place.
The Australian government is to develop a Regional Aviation Policy statement with the support of the AAA.
ACI’s World Airport Traffic Forecasts reveal the drivers of air transport demand growth on the path to 2040
ACI World Director General, Angela Gittens, reveals key findings from 2019’s World Airport Traffic Forecasts. The annually compiled forecasts have data for more than 110 country markets including total passenger numbers, total air cargo volumes and total aircraft movements.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation’s decision to lower flat pricing for Dublin Airport has left the airport questioning if planned developments will continue.