Hamad Airport and Hamad Bin Khalifa University's College of Science and Engineering are partnering to jointly identify ways to enhance the airport passenger experience.
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Perth Airport's new ESPG Strategy will see the airport deliver upon a wide range of sustainability commitments, as well as reconfirm its commitment to safety and diversity.
After becoming the first global entity to receive the BSI certification at the onset of the pandemic, Hamad Airport has been successfully re-certified for its health and safety COVID-19 protocols.
The modernisation of Kansai Airport's terminal will create more capacity and improve the passenger experience by optimising existing spaces.
With construction due to begin at the end of 2021, the final design for Western Sydney International's passenger terminal has been unveiled.
Hawaii Department of Transportation installs thermal screening and facial imaging at five major airports
The facial imaging technology will help airport representatives efficiently pull passengers aside who have been detected to have an elevated core body temperature of 100.4 degrees and higher - a common symptom of COVID-19.
The commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030 incorporates all emissions under Sydney Airport’s operational control, and the airport will also continue its programme to target indirect ‘Scope 3’ emissions.
The survey conducted by AAA found that the Australian government's Tourism Aviation Network Support programme has succeeded in increasing demand for domestic air travel.
After temporarily ceasing operations on 22 April 2020 in order to accommodate parked aircraft, Sydney Airport's east-west runway has now resumed service.
The Australian government has extended the regional and domestic aviation support programmes that were originally announced in March 2021.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Jane Rotsey, General Manager - Safety, Sustainability and Environment at Sydney Airport, states how, despite the uncertainty and challenges presented by the pandemic, the airport’s commitment to sustainability held fast.
The project, which will cost approximately $55 million, will allow wide-bodied, long-haul aircraft to fly in and out of Newcastle Airport.
Sunshine Coast Airport’s CEO, Andrew Brodie, reflects on the changes brought about by the unprecedented pandemic, and speaks of the strengths and positives that have evolved from that adversity which are guiding the airport’s future in the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
The renovation of Kansai Airport's Terminal 1 will focus on expanding the capacity of international flights and improving the passenger experience.
For the first time in over a year, airports across New Zealand and Australia have gladly begun welcoming international passengers again.