Di Lintott, a SeMS Auditor with the UK Civil Aviation Authority, examines the role SeMS will play as the aviation industry recovery begins, and what the future will hold for SeMS as the CAA continues to push forward in modernising its oversight approach.
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For International Airport Review, Darren MacLeod, Head of ICT and Digital Transformation at Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd, outlines the operator’s £34 million digital remote towers project - the largest project of its kind in the UK.
Outside of the three original participants of the pilot scheme, Stansted Airport has become the first UK airport to receive the official assurance recognition.
Recently published data indicates that PRM traffic is returning to the skies at a faster rate than total passenger traffic, explains accessible air travel expert, Roberto Castiglioni.
Organisations participating in these trials include ICAO, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Changi Airport, Heathrow Airport and British Airways.
Within this podcast episode, International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan, spoke to Nina Smith, Head of Aviation Security Training and Human Factors at the Civil Aviation Authority, who is working with the industry to raise security standards through innovative thinking.
21 July 2014 | By The UK Civil Aviation Authority
A series of videos highlighting the potential fire risks to aircraft posed by the improper carriage of lithium batteries, have just been made available for the aviation industry...
29 March 2012 | By Jim McAuslan, General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA)
The safe operation of airports, of aviation generally, relies on many factors. As has been said before, you only need one link in the safety chain to fail to bring about potential disaster in this potentially dangerous business. Pilots play one of the most vital parts in that safety chain,…