ACI has updated its guidance on practical health and operational measures that can be introduced to support safe travel, and has also expanded the guidance to include information on health passes and vaccinations, as well as risk management with a particular focus on human factors during recovery.
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“It Doesn’t Fly With Us”: New campaign sees aviation industry stepping up to protect threatened wildlife
The ROUTES Partnership and United For Wildlife have launched a new ‘Step Up to Stop Wildlife Trafficking’ campaign and are encouraging all aviation companies that want to help to end wildlife trafficking in air transport to get involved. For International Airport Review, Michelle Owen, ROUTES’ Lead, discusses the campaign and…
Rika Ito, Manager of the Environmental Management Group at Kansai Airports, details the commitment being made to address environmental issues and the advantages of working collaboratively between the three airports under the group’s operation in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
With passenger numbers expected to be 47.3 per cent down by the end of 2021 compared to 2019, ACI World has predicted that global traffic may take up to two decades to return to previously projected levels.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has become the first airport worldwide to be accredited for the first time at the highest level of the ACI ACA programme.
For International Airport Review, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of Airports Council International (ACI) World, discusses how there is no one-size-fits-all solution approach to recovery and that it will require heightened levels of collaboration and partnership among industry stakeholders in order to ensure success.
San Francisco International Airport colleagues Erin Cooke, Sustainability and Environmental Policy Director, and Anthony Bernheim, Healthy & Resilient Buildings Program Manager - Planning, Design & Construction, explain the airport’s goals to become a ‘zero’ campus and the importance of sustainability in a region that is actively experiencing the effects of…
After becoming the first airport in the world to achieve the ACI Airport Health Accreditation in August 2020, Istanbul Airport has now become the first airport to be re-certified in 2021.
Neville Hay, Director of Brooklyn Associates, explains why now is the time for the aviation industry to invest in its workforce and embrace the opportunity that the pandemic has created to review and challenge its security practices.
During the inaugural session of the Industry Consultative Forum, ACI World and four of its member airports presented their views on the technological challenges that are currently facing aviation.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the Chief Executive Officer of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, explains how the long-term approach applied to every aspect of the airport’s strategy and decision making will be key in its recovery.
With the support of the ROUTES Partnership, ACI World has developed guidance to support the airport industry in tackling the crime of wildlife trafficking.
Judith Davis, Airport Operations Manager at George Best Belfast City Airport, discusses the airport’s award-winning accessibility practices and how it works to ensure that the airport journey is stress-free for both PRMs and passengers with hidden disabilities.
Thomas Romig, Vice President of Safety, Security & Operations at Airports Council International (ACI) World, speaks to International Airport Review about the support available for airports as the Global Reporting Format for Runway Assessments regulation becomes applicable from November 2021.
For International Airport Review, Erin van der Maas, Airport Organising Programme Lead at the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), highlights how the inconsistencies between different worker groups, industry stakeholders, state relief, airlines and airports in differing countries during the pandemic has seen the majority of the workforce ignored – an…