The new report considers how the UK is already working towards commercial drone development and what is yet to be done to further the current efforts.
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Concessionaires at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport will benefit from financial support amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
As aviation experiences an all-time low, ICCAN has proposed to use the unique opportunity to address aviation noise once services begin to increase post COVID-19.
The new guidelines for European aviation outline measures that will ensure the safest way to travel amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new temperature screening trials are currently being undertaken in Heathrow Airport's Terminal 2, but are set to be implemented in other areas of the airport should they be successful.
As Germany prepares to ease travel restrictions and re-open external borders, BARIG has welcomed the decision and its impact on the aviation industry.
Russia's Minister of Transportation conducted the inspection following the implementation of preventative COVID-19 measures at Sheremetyevo Airport.
Following a previous extension of four months, DfT has announced a further extension on the deadline for the Manston Airport redevelopment and reopening.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) revealed details of its proposed temporary layered approach to biosecurity for re-starting passenger flights amid the COVID-19 crisis.
ACI and IATA emphasise that for the aviation industry to recover efficiently, global coordination and measures driven by data and evidence are required.
The Port of Seattle initiates implementation of a surface area management system with artificial intelligence to help staff better understand safety issues.
Hamad Airport (HIA) will use robotics and advanced thermal screening helmets as part of its preparations for post COVID-19.
By safely integrating drones into the airspace with support from aviation associations, commercial drone services have the opportunity to thrive.
In a sustainability survey carried out by the National Civil Aviation Agency, Salvador Bahia Airport achieved the highest score.
A new Terminal 2 is being built next to the old terminal building, and work is set to continue despite the impact COVID-19 has had on the airport.