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Issue 2 2005
16 June 2005 | By Anthony T. (Buzz) Cerino, U.S. Dept of Homeland Security, TSA, Office of Security Technology - Transportation Security Laboratory, Communications Technology Lead
Use of Radio Frequency Identification technology in the aviation industry has been a long time coming, but, writes Anthony Cerino, the wait is over with - probably.
16 June 2005 | By Robert Missen, Deputy Head of Unit Aviation and Maritime Security, European Commission (EC)
Several steps were taken by the EC in order to safeguard airports post 9/11, including an approach to security inspections different from existing ICAO checks.
10 June 2005 | By Thomas Weyer, Managing Director Engineering / BBI
Berlin’s Schönefeld Airport has been host of the ILA since 1992 and is currently Germany’s boom airport. As of 2006 it is being expanded to become the new capital city airport - Berlin Brandenburg International (BBI).
10 June 2005 | By Dr. Thilo Stilp, Manager Ground Operations & Environment, Airbus, A380 Program
Although in the past airlines have been more involved in the design an active dialogue with ground handlers and suppliers has ensured an easier entry into services, writes Dr. Thilo Stilp.
10 June 2005 | By John Armbrust, President, Armbrust Aviation Group (AAG)
Highlights of the agenda at the most recent International Airport Operations/Jet Fuel Conference at Orlando, Florida included talks on fuel delivery infrastructure problems, ramp safety and Common Use Ramp Equipment.
10 June 2005 | By Paul Jones, Manager of Airport Safety Technology Section, Federal Aviation Administration
To help reach its 2015 prediction of a billion passengers travelling on commercial aircraft, part of the FAA’s Technology R&D program is concentrating on taxiway and obstruction lighting.