With Cairns Airport’s $55 million Domestic Terminal upgrade completed in August 2020, Norris Carter, the airport’s CEO, takes time out to explain how the upgrade came together and shed some light on how collaboration and local partnerships helped deliver an authentic new airport experience.
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AAA highlighted how remote airstrips and airfields are critical for rural communities, with the funding playing a key part in keeping Australia connected.
Airports Council International (ACI) World has launched a set of tools which provide passengers with information about the health measures in place at airports around the world.
Securing the perimeter with a high probability of detection and low nuisance alarm with pinpoint accuracy.
With current passenger numbers unable to warrant the reopening of food and beverage retailers in the terminal, Brisbane Airport has installed ready-made meals in vending machines.
22 September 2020 | By AOE GmbH
The travel industry has been decimated by COVID-19 and airports have become white elephants for many months. When the big resumption happens, recovery is anything but guaranteed. There will be a new breed of travellers, concerned about very different things from the past. They will be more concerned about safety…
The runway work at Wellington was deemed essential as is needed to ensure the on-going safety and efficiency of the airport’s operations.
Hong Kong International Airport has become one of the first in the Asia-Pacific region to be awarded the airport health accreditation.
The Airport Health Accreditation highlights Incheon Airport's efforts to keep passengers safe amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
By replacing quarantine with testing and contact tracing protocols, ACI Asia-Pacific outlines that the aviation industry will be able to recover quicker.
The runway project ran smoothly, with approximately 12,800 tonnes of concrete transported to the site in 890 truckloads.
The completed taxiway project at Canberra Airport improves efficiency, safety and the passenger experience.
The new CASA safety requirements include changes to runway markings and lighting, as well as new risk-based inspection requirements.
Following Virgin Australia announcing additional job losses, the AAA has called for the Australian government to introduce an aviation COVID-19 recovery strategy.