Airports Council International World has announced İGA Istanbul Airport as the first airport in the world to be accredited under its new Accessibility Enhancement Accreditation programme.
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The International Air Transport Association has called upon governments to encourage stronger European economic development by embracing policies to promote greater air connectivity.
At Airports Council International Africa/World Annual General Assembly 2022, the new entries and upgrades were announced for the Airport Carbon Accreditation, with a particular focus on airports in Africa.
The Airports Council International World has welcomed global governments updated goals for net zero carbon emissions for international aviation by 2050.
The Airspace Change Organisation Group has published its environment strategy, as the next milestone in the journey towards the modernisation of the UK airspace.
A new survey of more than 3,700 aviation workers, globally, has unveiled that working conditions are declining for 90 per cent of employees.
Airports Council International’s Director, General Luis Felipe de Oliveira has called upon International Civil Aviation Organization Member States to adopt an ambitious environmental agreement.
After the Red Air flight that caught fire at Miami International Airport when its landing gear collapsed on the runway, Monica Maccaferri, Emergency Team Coordinator at Bologna International Airport speaks to International Airport Review about why airports should implement a family assistance plan and why well-trained staff can help ensure…
During the first half of 2022, Bahrain International Airport experienced almost three million passengers passed through the airport hub.
The International Air Transport Association has welcomed progress by states towards a long-term aspirational goal of net-zero aviation carbon emissions by 2050.
Airports Council International have urged State representatives at the upcoming the International Civil Aviation Organization, to reach an agreement on the long-term decarbonisation goal.
Airports Council International Asia-Pacific has requested for innovative procedures, flexible regulatory policies, greater efficiency, and an improved passenger experience as part of its long-term approach to help with airports' recovery.
At the 32nd ACI Europe Annual Congress and General Assembly in Rome, ACI Europe President Javier Marín said, “It’s time to connect the dots”, calling for more regulatory coherence to support a strong and sustainable aviation future.