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Pilot vacation issues: Putting the spotlight on planning technology

21 August 2018 | By

If you’ve ever travelled in Europe, odds are you’re familiar with Ryanair. The Ireland-based low cost carrier is ubiquitous with inexpensive flights connecting key locations across the region. However, the growing level of competition in the European low-cost market means that efficiency is vital to maintaining profitability. With this past…

Next generation baggage handling: tote screening system

20 August 2018 | By

As part of a $2.4 billion redevelopment of San Francisco International’s Terminal 1, the airport has embarked on an exciting project to become the first airport in the United States to install a terminal-wide independent carrier system for baggage handling. Suzanne Culin, Terminal 1 Program Manager, reveals the potential the…

Route development: Ambition to connect the world

20 August 2018 | By

Being at the location where Scotland meets the world, Edinburgh Airport wants to extend its welcome as far as possible. Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport, reveals the long and exciting journey the airport has taken to secure a direct route to China.

Leaders’ Series 2018: Traffic is coming

17 August 2018 | By

June 2018 saw over a million flights in Europe – 4.1 per cent more than in June 2017. This growth is set to continue, with 12.4 million flights predicted in 2024. Are we, the aviation community in Europe, ready for this increase in traffic? Eamonn Brennan, Director General at EUROCONTROL,…

China’s Aerotropolis: The Zhengzhou Airport Economy Zone

13 August 2018 | By

With airports playing increasingly important roles as business magnets and metropolitan economic accelerators, John D. Kasarda, PhD, President of the Aerotropolis Institute China, describes this aerotropolis development process and how it is being applied in China to attract investment, boost trade, and increase passenger and cargo volumes.

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