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Issue 6 2017


Webinar Review: Addressing the challenges of Total Airport Management

7 December 2017 | By , ,

On 22 November 2017, International Airport Review hosted a webinar in association with Leidos, which explored how best to deal with the complexities of airport ecosystems in the context of the whole airport process. Here Leidos colleagues John Bissett (Business and Account Director), Ade Edwards (Technical Director – Global Airports),…

Regional branding plays big role in CVG modernisation project

3 December 2017 | By

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is in the midst of a $6 million terminal modernisation project to upgrade its terminal and two concourses throughout the remainder of 2017 and early 2018. Candace McGraw, Chief Executive Officer of CVG, provides details of the renovation project, highlighting the importance of regional branding…

Faster, easier, friendlier: Exciting times ahead for LJLA

29 November 2017 | By

In an interview with International Airport Review, Mark Povall, Strategy Director at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) explains that exciting times await the riverside airport with more growth to build on recent success, and an ambitious expansion programme driving the airport’s goals.

Addressing the needs of everyone

29 November 2017 | By

New entrants into the US National Airspace System (NAS) are about more than unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). In addition to traditional drones, rockets and balloons (such as Google’s Project Loon) are competing for airspace at both low and high altitudes. Integrating these new entrants into the NAS is no easy…

Baggage Handling In-Depth Focus 2017

29 November 2017 | By

Lost and mishandled baggage is a continued fear of many passengers, and although huge improvements have already been made in this area, many experts believe further development is needed. But is more technology required to streamline processes, or is more time and money needed to train baggage handling staff?

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