The Airport Carbon Accreditation programme - the global carbon standard for airports led by Airports Council International - has extended its framework to include two new, more ambitious levels. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, thinks that, despite the pandemic, airports are more willing than ever to step…
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While 6.3 million passengers travel through Copenhagen Airport, the airport launches a new climate strategy and continues its expansion projects.
As passenger numbers at Copenhagen Airport continue to increase, the airport is now accelerating its climate ambitions to mitigate the wider effect of this increase.
Information in the aviation industry is the richest tool, but when mishandled it can become the greatest weapon. Christian Poulsen, Vice President of Assets and Technology at Copenhagen Airports, reveals how the airport operator has invested in System Wide Information Management to streamline the use of data within its organisations.
As winter weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, airport winter operations teams need to ensure they have the ability and provision to keep the airport running as smoothly and seamlessly as possible. This In-Depth Focus examines the ways airports can ensure they are adaptable and prepared for all eventualities.
The pressure exerted on to ground handling companies is ever-increasing in today’s busy airport environment, so the question remains of how ground handlers can enhance their efficiency, whilst keeping operations safe and within budget. Whist some are turning towards automation, others are championing a joined-up approach to airside operations.
2018 is set to be a period of investment in different areas of the airport as its passenger numbers climb.
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has agreed to loan the operators of Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport €121 million to finance capacity and expansion projects.