ACI World Airport Traffic Report shows passenger growth resilience, despite global uncertainty, as emerging markets flourish in the face of adversity.
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ACI has launched a programme to improve passenger and baggage screening at airports worldwide to increase efficiency.
ACI World has highlighted the need for aviation infrastructure to mirror its demand from air services and passengers alike.
For International Airport Review, Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World, previews the World Airport Traffic Report prior to its official publication.
New handbook published by ACI World reveals how maintaining high quality customer experience during disruption can safeguard the airport and passengers.
Quito Airport has become the first international airport in the entire Latin American and Caribbean region to achieve carbon neutrality.
The aviation industry will soon heavily rely on data, not just to enable a smooth experience but to ensure services are based on individual preferences. ACI’s ACRIS Model will be an integral tool in this transformation.
With capacity set to continue its strong growth in the Asia-Pacific region, ACI highlights the importance of efficiency, protecting existing infrastructure and investing where is necessary.
ACI World has launched its resilience and adaptation to climate change survey which will assist the industry in improving resilience and business continuity.
According to ACI, air freight has continued to decline whilst passenger traffic has remained resilient with modest growth recorded.
Coordination based on global standards helps to maximise utilisation of existing capacity, avoid delays and improve passenger experience.
The EUROCONTROL ‘Challenges of Growth 2018’ study predicts there will be a lack of capacity at European airports in 2040 preventing around 1.5 million flights from flying. Such a lack of capacity could mean 160 million passengers would not be able to travel with a potential economic loss of around…
Collaboration and developed regulations are needed to help airports address the risks posed by drone-related disruption to aircraft operations.
Figures from ACI World reveal that passenger traffic growth remained resilient despite slight moderation, while freight traffic regained some of its momentum despite 2.1 per cent decline.