As part of the UK aviation industry's post-COVID-19 recovery plan, the government urges aviation staff to access support through registering for the Aviation Skills Retention Platform (ASRP).
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EUROCONTROL’s Data Snapshot highlights the vital delays that the additional checking of passenger COVID-19 documents is causing flights and the anticipated delay results for August 2021.
The Targeted Groups subject to the new requirements include those handling high-risk cargo or having unavoidable close-range contact with arrival and transfer or transit passengers, as well as crew members within 1.5m distance without partition or barrier.
Mumbai International Airport, is awarded the ‘Energy Efficient Unit’ Award, recognising its outstanding efforts towards energy efficiency.
Katowice Airport, according to its July 2021 summary, reports a growth in cargo freight transported to and from the airport, showing an increase from its 2020 results impacted by COVID-19.
United has said that it will match all donations up to five million miles.
Bengaluru Airport City is to welcome the opening of a first-of-its-kind 3D sand printing #technology space, developed by manufacturer Peekay Group.
Eindhoven Airport will participate in Rondje NL, a test conducted by Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre, to identify the requirements for Dutch airports to facilitate electric flying.
With the reopening of EU states for travel, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) urges for the EU Digital COVID-19 Certificates (DCC) to be viewed as a global standard.
Istanbul Airport has announced that it will join 238 other airports who are committed to achieve 'Net-Zero CO2 Emissions by 2050' initiated by the Airports Council International (ACI).
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded more than $766 million in grants to build safer, more sustainable, and accessible airports across the U.S.
Canadian airport, Toronto Pearson, has developed ‘The Shops at Pearson’ an online retail store that brings travel shopping outside of the airport and into the convenience of customer’s homes.
Six airports have already gone through the pilot phase of the Brazilian federal government's air boarding programme using facial biometric recognition.
Finavia will open the magnificent entrance to Helsinki Airport and the updated traffic arrangements for passengers, in around 100 days on 1 December 2021.
If the pilot is successful, biometric gates will be rolled out further. At the moment the biometric gate is specifically for Lufthansa flights.