Following proposals to increase its user charges by 5.5 per cent, AENA has been warned by IATA to reconsider in order to prevent impacting Spain's COVID-19 recovery.
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For International Airport Review, Jesús Caballero Pinto, Director of Seville Airport, discusses the three elements that will underline the airport’s structure for recovery and echo the technological transformation of the aviation industry.
Sarah Vanessa Poralla, Aerodrome Expert at the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and Dr.-Ing. Veit Voges, Senior Project Leader of Flight Ops Engineering at Zurich Airport, explore the threat posed by drones in the airport environment, and what can be done to prevent, mitigate and learn from them.
Start-ups from across the globe can apply for Aena's programme to develop technology to improve the passenger experience at airports.
Project Manager in the Innovation Division of Aena, Pablo Lopez Loeches, discusses how the airport network is developing its use of biometrics.
The first 10 companies to join EASA's COVID-19 programme include seven airports and airport operators from across Europe, as well as three airlines.
Pablo Lopez Loeches, Project Manager in the Innovation Division of Aena, details the various developmental projects being implemented at Aena’s airports.
Due to the restrictions put in place by the Spanish government as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, Aena has adapted airport operations across its entire network.
Despite often being seen as an inconvenience and the reason for longer journey times, José Luis Nieto, Head of the Security Division at Aena, discusses the importance of airport security in ensuring safe travel and limiting the number of industry-changing security issues.
Passengers will soon be able to identify themselves at Madrid-Barajas Airport with their biometric profile during a facial recognition test pilot.
LLA is currently in an exciting period of growth with strong demand from passengers and a growing choice of international routes.
Taking into account expected air traffic, improvements funded by the loan will help cut the CO2 emissions of Aena airports by 30 per cent.
With an expected 3,000 passengers in it's very first day, the new airport in region of Murcia will begin operations with 12 European routes.
London Luton Airport has recently witnessed huge development in recent years, to accommodate its growing passenger numbers. Clive Condie, Airport Operating Partner at private investment house Ardian, takes us through how the expansion was shaped by passenger volumes.
18 May 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
The Spanish Airports Authority (AENA) has granted Iberia Airport Services a seven year ramp ground handling contract.