The AOA requests a year-long relief from business rates for all airports in England and Wales, to come into effect as soon as practical.
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The ‘Travel Safe’ advice, which is aligned with UK government guidelines and supported by the Aviation Minister, should be used across UK airports.
The deployment of the iPACKs represents a determined coordination effort within ICAO, led by its Technical Cooperation Bureau.
Denver International Airport stays true to its word regarding a promise of transparency as the Great Hall Project moves forward.
A historic renovation that will improve the travel experience for passengers at LaGuardia Airport has been accomplished.
Lithuanian Airports continues to work towards ensuring a high-quality passenger experience for individuals that may have additional needs.
Current production rates are too low for aviation to realistically use SAF, despite proven potential and airline efforts to date.
As domestic flying is set to increase throughout the state, Launceston Airport has unveiled new hygiene measures in response to COVID-19.
ACI Europe and A4E highlight how the smooth reopening of external EU borders is being jeopardised by non-harmonised, uncoordinated national measures.
In Japan, nine million tonnes of plastic waste are produced each year, of which four million tonnes are disposable plastics such as plastic bottles and bags.
Not only do airports need to restore passenger trust, but it is crucial that all crowds are specifically monitored in this critical COVID-19 context.
Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is welcoming a new large-scale investment that will create the largest airport-based solar farm in the world.
This milestone supports SFO's goal to achieve ‘triple zero’; reaching not only zero-net carbon but also zero-net energy and zero landfill waste.
IATA's 11-country survey, conducted during the first week of June 2020, assessed traveller concerns during the pandemic and the potential timelines for their return to travel.
The EASA Charter, which has currently been signed by 22 European airports and airport operators, includes the certification of the members’ ability to ensure the highest epidemiological safety standards and provides information exchange to improve the joint industry measures aimed at ensuring maximum safety during the global pandemic.