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Issue 1 2020
Steve Armitage, Head of Innovation and Intelligent Automation at Heathrow Airport, discusses the implementation of artificial intelligence at the airport, along with the benefits, challenges and opportunities it brings.
In all areas – efficiency and effectiveness, revenue generation, safety and security – AI has tremendous potential to deliver positive change if used correctly, details Ian Law, Chief Information Officer of San Francisco International Airport.
Paul Diestelkamp, Head of Business Development and Solutions at Air Navigation Solutions, discusses the ATCO Resource Subscription Scheme and how, through developing new technologies, the approach to air traffic management is set to become more accessible for smaller airports.
James Shapland, the Met Office’s Aviation Operations Manager, explains how the Met Office works with airports to ensure operations run smoothly during the challenging winter period.
Johan Juujärvi, Manager of Rovaniemi Airport, spoke to International Airport Review regarding the procedures that are in place to tackle winter weather at Finland’s third busiest airport.
At Prague Airport, blankets of snow often cover the runway and could pose challenges to plane movements. International Airport Review spoke with Pavel Rejlek, Manager of Airfield Maintenance and Operation at Prague Airport, to see how the airport deals with such an unpredictable challenge.
Another stellar performance was recorded by the Vienna Airport Group in 2019, with a record-breaking set of traffic results seeing the group’s airports approach almost 40 million annual passengers. However, its rapid growth is being managed in an environmentally-sensitive way, as its Austrian hub significantly reduced its energy consumption per…
In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
Richard Hartshorn, Aviation Technical Director at Atkins, explores how technology will only impact an airport’s operation to a certain extent; the real benefits lie in the enhanced collaboration of an airport’s stakeholders.
Jonathan Nilsson, CEO of Green Furniture Concept, discusses how airports should implement placemaking through design.