ICAO cautioned that the insufficient compliance with aviation safety and security requirements presents a substantial threat in the Caribbean.
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News & articles from International Airport Review covering the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), which codifies international air navigation
An advanced air traffic control training facility has opened in Beirut, Lebanon which uses pioneering simulation technology developed by Airways New Zealand.
Azerbaijan Air Navigation Services details the challenges of traffic growth in regard to managing Azerbaijani airspace, and highlights how this has been tackled.
Increasing safety, reducing queues and enhancing customer satisfaction: Biometric technology seemingly has it all. Here, Emmanuel Wang, VP Border Control Market and Product Offer at IDEMIA, details how it believes the technology will further develop, and the security risks that must be considered.
ICAO and IATA have officially launched new ICAO legal guidance on the management of unruly and disruptive passengers.
At the Air Transport Action Group Summit, Angela Gittens highlighted how aircraft regulations must be stringent enough to limit noise pollution as much as possible.
ICAO highlights the necessity of advanced passenger information and passenger name record in a bid to limit the movement of potentially dangerous people.
The ICAO Seminar on Green Airports has begun, and highlights how the aviation industry must do all it can to minimise its effects on the environment.
The ICAO Council President emphasised the importance of near-and long-term air transport priorities during his recent European mission.
Dr. Fang Liu highlighted that "a very direct relationship exists between states’ investments in aviation development and their eventual realisation of increased economic growth.”
Training aircraft firefighters for any eventuality is integral to the safety of passengers and crew on the aircraft, and although serious incidents are rare, these skills can be transferred to water rescues; increasing the chances of survival. Kim Olsen, Copenhagen Airport, tells us more.
ICAO Secretary General discusses economic development, safety, and efficiency concerns during recent Tokyo trip.
For the first time, air traffic controllers now have real-time data on the position of planes anywhere in the world, including previously unsurveilled airspace.
ACI World have launched a new handbook which explores the current global threat within aviation and offers different measures and solutions to the threat.