In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
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Coming together at the ICAO-EASA Forum on Civil Aviation in South East Asia, officials discussed local cooperation and regional safety performance.
A new service launched by ICAO will generate and share space weather advisories that can be used for commercial and general aviation.
Twenty-first century civil aviation is being more and more recognised as a driver of economic, social and cultural development.
ACI has released new guidance material on cybersecurity, addressing insider threat, airport business continuity, and customer experience following the World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, which was hosted by Hong Kong International Airport from 2-4 April 2019.
246 airports are now actively engaged in addressing their impact on climate change, with 48 now carbon neutral and 44 offsetting 672,000 tonnes of CO2.
When it comes to regulating the aviation industry, focusing on an organisation’s performance can pay large safety dividends, says Stephanie Shaw, the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s Head of Performance Based Regulation, in this the final article in our July safety series.
The European Commission has welcomed the endorsement by the International Civil Aviation Organization Council (ICAO) of the key rules of a scheme bent on tackling carbon dioxide emissions in the aviation sector.
ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel have discussed the nation's leadership in aviation technology at a meeting in Berlin.
Budapest Airport, the capital city gateway of Hungary, is perfectly located as a gem of Central and Eastern Europe and among the most easily accessible areas in the region. Holding its position as one of Europe’s fastest growing airports, Budapest welcomed a robust average 14.5 per cent year-on-year increase in…
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has spoken out to get governments to move on with the Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP).
The extraordinary events surrounding the public threat from personal electronic devices (PEDs) continue to raise a number of interesting questions. Matthew Vaughan, Director of Aviation Security at IATA, explores further.