Daniel Lütscher, Head of Fraport AG’s Infrastructure – Airport Facilities and Area Services Department, details how Frankfurt Airport has adapted its winter training due to new challenges.
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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.
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