Following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, London City Airport has hosted two successful events to support recruitment drive and recovery of local community businesses.
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is set to become the first European airport to invest and utilise TaxiBots, which are special towing vehicles that enable aircraft to taxi sustainably.
In this video, Gerold Tumulka, CEO of Swissport Middle East, is interviewed by Fethi Chebil, Airport PPP Expert. Together, they discuss the impact of COVID-19 on ground handlers and the outlook for the ground handling business in the future.
Heathrow will have access to the testing data collected by four of its airlines for its pre-departure testing trials. The information will be used to evaluate whether pre-departure testing is robust and safe enough to replace quarantine.
Collinson and Swissport have launched the testing site at Heathrow, once again highlighting the three bodies as pioneers in driving travel recovery from COVID-19.
By conducting the trial, Heathrow Airport hopes to show that COVID-19 testing can be done on a wide scale in order to encourage the recovery of aviation.
The UK's House of Commons' Transport Committee held an informal virtual meeting with Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, to discuss the implications of COVID-19 on transport.
Since beginning operation in 1910, Southampton Airport has been a consistent aviation pioneer, and has now shifted its focus to the development of sustainable operations.
The new departure lounge is part of Perth Airport's efforts to provide passengers with a seamless, quality travel experience.
The new facility will expand Swissport's handling abilities by almost 50 per cent and strengthen Frankfurt's position as a leading airfreight hub.
Swissport is to become the primary shareholder in Heathrow Cargo Handling Ltd. (HCH), increasing its stake to 100 per cent.
Swissport handlers, employed by Ryanair, have been filmed mishandling passenger baggage at Manchester Airport.
An autumn of discontent seems to be underway as workers at three international airports threaten industrial action.
London Luton Airport (LLA), Menzies and Swissport and TCR have today announced an industry-changing initiative which enables the collective pooling of airside equipment.