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Issue 6 2014
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Denver International Airport has embarked on a successful performance-based navigation implementation. Noise Abatement Manger, Mike McKee, provides an overview of the project
8 December 2014 | By Dr Nicholas B Carter, World Birdstrike Organisation
When birdstrikes occur the consequences can be disastrous. Dr Nicholas Carter of the World Birdstrike Association explains how an effective safety management system can help mitigate wildlife hazards.
8 December 2014 | By Dimitrios Sanos, IATA
In order to minimise risks associated with the human factor, and to improve the performance of operations, airports and ground handlers should invest smartly in training, says Dimitrios Sanos, Product Manager, Airport and Ground Operations Training at IATA.
8 December 2014 | By Belkacem Laïmouche, French Civil Aviation Technical Center
To ensure airfield safety, aerodromes should work towards a more overall pavement surface friction characteristic assessment, says Belkacem Laïmouche, Head of the Airfield Pavements Subdivision at the French Civil Aviation Technical Center.
8 December 2014 | By Beat Pahud, Project Leader, 'The Circle' Project
Switzerland’s biggest commercial property development is taking shape on Zurich Airport’s doorstep. ‘The Circle’ Project Leader, Beat Pahud, reveals how the project is set to revolutionise Zurich The Circle – a breath-taking plan which envisages a small town all in one building – is currently Switzerland’s biggest commercial property development.
8 December 2014 | By Gina Marie Lindsey, Executive Director, LAWA
Los Angeles International Airport is in the midst of a modernisation and development investment worth £7 billion. Executive Director of Los Angeles World Airports, Gina Marie Lindsey, provides an overview of the projects.