CAA International has joined the SafeTeam consortium to examine and help ensure the safe transition from human to digital assistants and AI-run aviation operations.
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Alena Maximova, Communication Officer at the Airport Regions Council, speaks to International Airport Review about noise abatement and how to tackle it.
Thomas Romig, Vice President Safety Security and Operations at ACI, shares his insight into the multifaceted challenges currently facing the ground handling sector, and explains why the interdependent relationship between air operators, airports, and ground handling sector providers is key to solving them.
Vasileios Stefanioros, Senior Expert, Aerodromes at European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), talks to International Airport Review about runway surface assessments, arguing that globally applicable performance criteria must be agreed upon for runway friction measuring device.
Skyports is developing Europe’s first vertiport for eVTOL aircrafts, in Paris, a significant leap towards launching commercial Advanced Air Mobility services by 2024.
Japan Airlines and Avolon have signed a partnership agreement to form an eVTOL ride sharing business, to continue the commercialisation of zero-emissions aircrafts in Japan.
The International Air Transport Association has outlined key priorities including, sustainability, modernisation, and safety, to ensure the air cargo industry remains resilient post-COVID-19 pandemic.
Bill Fullerton, Chief Technical Officer of Fraport Greece, speaks to International Airport Review about the challenges that the operator faced when undertaking a hugely ambitious project of renovating and expanding 14 regional airports in Greece in less than four years.
Manchester Airports Group’s Diane Jackson describes how the CAST has been established to be the ‘leading body for the aerodrome safeguarding community’ and aims to make crucial links between policymakers, legislators and implementors.
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.
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.