The new sustainability and climate strategy announced by the European Commission has been eagerly welcomed by the EU aviation industry.
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The APOC Peer Review service will bring together aviation stakeholders to enable a collaborative and integrated management of flight and terminal operations.
ACI EUROPE says a background of generally lacking investment into airports throughout Europe will impact decarbonisation abilities and competitive positions.
Reacting to Australia’s Productivity Commission's report, ACI Europe has said that European regulators should "follow the lead of Australia".
One hundred European airports have committed to being carbon neutral by 2030 in a resolution by ACI Europe and its members.
Olivier Jankovec hopes a new agreement will allow them to remove the regulatory hurdles to renewable energy's development and its sourcing by corporates.
As one of the signatories to ACI’s Net Zero Carbon 2050 resolution, Malta International Airport has invested in clean energy solutions and its photovoltaic system has nearly tripled its output.
As part of ACI's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, LAX and Van Nuys Airport have received the highest certification before an airport is carbon neutral.
As new security threats impose themselves on airport systems – including drones, insider threats, cyber-hackers and planned acts of terrorism – International Airport Review spoke to three individuals involved in the security sector to explore their views of airport security, their visions for the future, and the advice they can…
The Single European Sky initiative can only be achieved with collaborative work and combined efforts, proved by the commitment presented by the signatories.
For the latest instalment in our Sustainability Series, Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Environmental Services of Zurich Airport, tells us how the airport is doing its bit for the environment; from solar panels and water wastage, to electric airside vehicles and biodiversity.
With Michael Kerkloh's tenure at Munich Airport ending at the end of 2019, the board has announced that Jost Lammers will take his place at the helm come January 2020.
Do you agree that airports which do not make a profit within five years should close and no longer rely on state aid?
On his second-to-last day as ACI EUROPE’s President, Michael Kerkloh told Tara Nolan, International Airport Review’s Editor, that the biggest mistake you can make as an airport leader is not to communicate.