ACI Europe has announced its annual winners for the Best Airport Awards 2022, which were characterised by how airports are recovering post-COVID-19 pandemic and sustainability-related achievements.
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At the latest SESAR 3 JU programme, SEA Milan Airports, together with the other key members and European representatives, have committed to a new partnership to accelerate a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable ‘Digital European Sky.’
For International Airport Review, Mariagrazia La Piscopia, Chief Strategy and Programme Management SESAR Deployment Manager, details the progress of SESAR Deployment and the benefits it is already bringing to the ATM sector, made more prevalent as the industry emerges from the pandemic.
Aviation stakeholders involved in SESAR deployment will continue to deliver Air Traffic Management modernisation together under the partnership of a new SESAR deployment mandate holder.
Built with a 'privacy first' approach, the platform will enable the exchange of airport slot priorities in a fair and trustworthy way.
Milan Malpensa and Milan Bergamo international airports have chosen Leonardo to provide high-tech upgrades, following the successful delivery of previous airport projects by Leonardo in Europe and beyond.
Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Managing Director of Munich Airport International’s (MAI) Business Division, spoke to International Airport Review about the key challenges and questions that airports need to address sooner rather than later, highlighting best practices and using Munich International Airport (MUC) as an example.
The partnership has brought together airlines, ANSPs, ACI Europe and EUROCONTROL to effectively coordinate the modernisation of European ATM.
ACI Europe, CANSO and IATA are among the associations calling for the EU to prioritise aviation sustainability in future COVID-19 recovery plans.
Leah Hockley, International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager’s General Manager, regarding SESAR’s goal to digitalise the European airspace.
From Leonardo’s Electronics Division, working in Air and Land Systems Engineering, Gianfrancesco Ranieri discusses how to further develop the ATM sector.
The report finds that more needs to be done to harness the full potential of AI to ensure the breakthrough required for this technology in ATM.
A new border system has lead to reductions in fuel usage, carbon emissions and holding times for arriving aircraft at Gatwick.
Staggered threshold approach concepts combined with new tools show a potential for achieving an increase in airport capacity of up to 10 per cent.