Tom Ganley, Australian Airports Association (AAA)'s National Chairman, details what will be required to stabilise aviation once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
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Across many industries, women are striving to reduce the discrepancies between male and female employees, and to encourage young women to follow their ambitions.
Thousands of airport employees at more than 150 airports and aerodromes across Australia and New Zealand will take part in Airport Safety Week.
The programme, to be delivered over four years, was announced in the 2019-20 Federal budget following the AAA’s Protect Regional Airports campaign.
Working smarter is allowing airports to facilitate more passengers with the existing facilities. However, as Caroline Wilkie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Airports Association, highlights, with demand for air travel intensifying, infrastructure solutions are necessary to ensure the industry has the capacity to meet passenger needs.
Our Airside Operations In-Depth Focus from Issue 3 discusses how airside operations and infrastructure have to be continuously adapted, and highlights how airside safety must remain a priority.