Due to reduced aircraft movements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and LVNL have been able to schedule a week-long drones trial.
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By trialling a new 'taxibot', Schiphol Airport hopes to make aircraft taxiing more sustainable by limiting unnecessary fuel usage.
In partnership with LVNL, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has developed a joint programme of measures to reduce noise emissions caused by air traffic.
The programme will aim to decrease nitrogen oxide emissions from Schiphol Airport, in keeping with its emission-free 2030 target.
On the subject of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), video games and gadgets come to mind. Yet this technology can be used in many more ways and places, including airports, said Laurens van Oostendorp, Service Manager and Transformation Manager within the IT department of Royal Schiphol Group.
Royal Schiphol Group's new partnership aims to realise the full potential of drones and the future of air passenger transport in the Netherlands.
For airports across the globe, providing passengers with a seamless travel experience whilst protecting the airport systems from risks are two of the most important priorities. Here, Wilma van Dijk gives an insight into how Schiphol is working towards securing both.
The QIC and Royal Schiphol consortium was attracted to Hobart as one of Australia’s fastest-growing airports, with Tasmania registering more than 10 per cent annual growth in international visitors in the last five years.
In a bid to maximise the longevity of Schiphol Airport, construction work is taking place throughout the terminal to ensure the airport is ready for the exponential growth of passengers through its doors.
As part of Schiphol's Future Sustainability, Denise Pronk - Head of Sustainability at Schiphol, explains how investing in sustainable aviation fuel is vital to the success of lowering the environmental impact of aviation.
In collaboration with Delft University of Technology, Schiphol will act as a 'living lab' for the next five years as the partnership aims to develop innovation throughout the airport.
Schiphol, Kenya, and Galapagos have signed the Buckingham Palace Declaration to show commitment against one of the five most lucrative global crimes.
In the first of a new series examining how the airport and aviation industries are working to mitigate the damaging environmental impact of air travel, Denise Pronk, Head of Sustainability at the Royal Schiphol Group, speaks exclusively to International Airport Review to detail Schiphol's plan to reduce its environmental impact.
International Airport Review is very proud to announce the shortlisted candidates for its 2018 Awards, and would like to thank everyone who participated, nominated and voted in the awards this year.