Kadri Samsunlu, Chief Executive Officer of İGA Airport Operations, details the current state of the aviation industry in Istanbul and discusses how the airport is tackling the challenges that are being faced.
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With an expected increase in passenger numbers, Airservices Australia’s Chief Financial Officer, Paul Logan, discusses how the company is developing and how they will ensure that the industry keeps pace with future growth.
Mike Willson, fire-fighting foam specialist, investigates whether passenger and staff safety is at a greater risk in Australia due to incorrect use of fire‑fighting foams and uncompromising regulations.
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Today, we consider annoyance as the most obvious reaction to aviation noise, says Marius Nicolescu, Secretary General of Airport Regions Conference. With the clear indication that air travel is continuing to rise, global passenger numbers expected to double by 2037 and communities becoming more vocal about noise impact, airports need…
For over 50 years, Leonardo has been a leading international solution provider of sorting systems for letters and fl at mail items. In the second half of 2000s, anticipating that ‘electronic diversion’ was reducing the volume of traditional mail but boosting the growth of ecommerce, Leonardo expanded its solution portfolio,…
The DFW Fire Training Research Center (FTRC) has trained over 38,000 students from 48 U.S. states and 52 international countries with an adaptable core curriculum that meets various requirements of airport regulatory agencies.
International Airport Review investigated the design of an airport that is expected to transform one of the greatest cities in the world.
MIA’s new system features one of the world’s largest installations of automated guided vehicles.
Stewart Wingate, Chief Executive Officer of Gatwick Airport, details how many airports across the world are managing two competing tensions - meeting increasing passenger demand for connectivity, whilst ensuring that any growth is sustainable.
International Airport Review explored the industry’s perspective on what additional measures all aviation stakeholders should take in order to help stop human trafficking.