The launch of the digital marketplace is part of JFKIAT's efforts to enable a contactless customer experience and to prepare T4 for the next normal of air travel.
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The four-phase plan to safely reopen Australia to the world has been welcomed by Australian airports, with the Chief Executive of AAA saying that it is "exactly what airports have been asking for".
A4E, ACI Europe, ERA and IATA have written to EU Heads of States calling for the harmonisation of EU Digital COVID Certificate verification standards and protocols.
New forecasts by ACI World outline that approximately $2.4 trillion in airport total capital investments will be needed to support the industry to 2040.
The UK government's Jet Zero Council is set to meet to outline plans for building back better and greener through the uptake of SAF and the development of zero emission aircraft and infrastructure.
Bristol Airport is set to become the first net zero airport in the UK through its commitments to be a net zero airfield, with net zero buildings and operating a net zero fleet of vehicles.
The review of the air cargo industry's efforts during the initial distribution of COVID-19 vaccines has reported positive results, outlining that the industry has performed generally well.
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited has made a significant investment into new emission-free lighting towers as part of its efforts to become a net zero carbon regional airport group.
With the support of the ROUTES Partnership, ACI World has developed guidance to support the airport industry in tackling the crime of wildlife trafficking.
Two years ahead of the Victorian government’s 2023 deadline, Melbourne Airport has committed to being single-use plastic-free by the end of 2021.
The EASA/ECDC Aviation Health Safety Protocol has been updated in light of current scientific evidence and new European Union COVID-19 initiatives.
As part of its efforts to become more sustainable, San Diego International Airport will utilise 100 per cent renewable and 100 per cent carbon-free energy.
On the same day as the airport confirmed its carbon neutral status for emissions under its direct control, Edinburgh Airport has published its new, ambitious sustainability strategy.
The new technology will allow for faster passenger processing and will deliver unprecedented levels of security, customer service and efficiency.
As a result of the increase in vaccinations, the introduction of the EU Digital COVID Certificate and the upcoming summer season, interest in travel has risen significantly compared to February 2021.