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Bristol Airport is set to become the first net zero airport in the UK through its commitments to be a net zero airfield, with net zero buildings and operating a net zero fleet of vehicles.
The project has secured partial funding through the UK government’s Future Flight Challenge to look at the feasibility of an air taxi service in the UK's South West region.
Richard Hartshorn, Aviation Technical Director at Atkins, explores how technology will only impact an airport’s operation to a certain extent; the real benefits lie in the enhanced collaboration of an airport’s stakeholders.
The expansion project is Birmingham Airport’s biggest terminal investment in 10 years, and will increase the available space by 45 per cent.
A 35-gate, $1 billion terminal has been opened at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to accommodate passenger growth.
Daniel Jones, Client Director, Infrastructure UK and Europe, Engineering, Design and Project Management, Atkins, details the concept of aviation by design, emphasising how digital technologies will play a pivotal role in the future of airports.
A new ‘fly-through’ animation showcases what the passenger experience will look like in London City Airport when the £500 million transformation is complete.
With Heathrow embracing facial-recognition technology and other airports following suit, we hear from field-leader Aurora about where we are with the march of the software, how we got there and where we are going.
As Gatwick prepares for its biggest year of investment, the airport has announced the award of its Airport Planning Services framework, with three major companies - Arup, Atkins and Jacobs.
In an era of mass personalisation, Robert Stewart, Principal Airport Architect and Masterplanner at Atkins, considers whether synergies between the design of airport facilities and the use of digital innovation and automation within them can allow airports to rediscover the personal touch in a way that’s accessible to all.