Following new guidelines being published by the EASA and ECDC, European aviation associations have called for an end to quarantine measures due to being proven as ineffective.
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The new guidelines outline that travellers should be treated in the same way as members of the local population who have not had any direct contact to a person infected with COVID-19.
Groupe ADP's airports in Paris, Madagascar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, India and Croatia, among others, have been awarded the ACI accreditation.
The EASA Charter, which has currently been signed by 22 European airports and airport operators, includes the certification of the members’ ability to ensure the highest epidemiological safety standards and provides information exchange to improve the joint industry measures aimed at ensuring maximum safety during the global pandemic.
The new guidelines for European aviation outline measures that will ensure the safest way to travel amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
With air traffic control on the cusp of a digital revolution involving remote towers, Jersey Airport’s Air Traffic Controller, Peter Moore, explains how the airport overcame some of the challenges involved, including the use of eye-tracking technology.
Coming together at the ICAO-EASA Forum on Civil Aviation in South East Asia, officials discussed local cooperation and regional safety performance.
ECCSA was initiated in response to a call to action by the European Commission and aviation stakeholders and is supported by EASA.
Ports of Jersey has been following remote tower technology for many years, having recognised very early on that this would revolutionise the future provision of air traffic control services. Recently appointed Jersey Airport Director, Inez Bartolo, explains some of the reasons behind the company’s decision to pursue remote tower technology,…
Dublin Airport implements a new device to reduce the time spent on essential airfield safety checks in regard to aircraft parking lighting.
The EASA have released the first building block to enable safe VTOL operation and the introduction of new air mobility systems in Europe.
Research and innovation is underway in SESAR – the technological pillar of the Single European Sky – to ensure that increasing drone traffic in Europe’s skies can be managed safely, in particular in relation to commercial air transport. Florian Guillermet, Executive Director of the SESAR Joint Undertaking, tells us more.
EUROCONTROL Network Manager's alarming system ensures that unsafe aircraft are detected before they enter European airspace.
The new regulations will ensure the safe, secure and sustainable operation of drones across Europe, with all states adhering to the same rules.
The EUROCONTROL ‘Challenges of Growth 2018’ study predicts there will be a lack of capacity at European airports in 2040 preventing around 1.5 million flights from flying. Such a lack of capacity could mean 160 million passengers would not be able to travel with a potential economic loss of around…