Schiphol has taken significant steps towards making the aviation industry more environmentally friendly, but have acknowledged that the pace of progress towards sustainability needs to be increased.
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The ISH, which opened beginning of 2018, is a world-class cyber-security competence centre that builds a powerful coalition of experts to develop, train and implement the right strategies, tools and talents to defend the industry against all cyber-threats. Marc Lindike, Head of ISH, tells us more.
Merchant Aviation has won a series of new contracts across the U.S. including the $340 million investment in the JFK development.
As the aviation industry moves towards a more focused approach on passengers with reduced mobility, accessibility within airports is changing. We spoke to Roberto Castiglioni, Chair of the Heathrow Access Advisory Group, who takes a closer look at how the industry should handle this.
How is Malta International Airport preparing for the future of aviation? The answer comes from investing in a larger terminal and new apron, as well as an increased focus on the guest experience.
Polish aviation industry could thrive by modernising the aviation policy and developing a national plan for sustainability, according to new study from IATA.
In a bid to cut carbon dioxide production, the German government has proposed doubling the tax levy on top of the cost of plane tickets.
Dutch airline KLM, is changing the way in which we travel intercontinentally, reducing the number of flights with replacement train travel.
Gatwick Airport looks at how the UK’s proposed Passenger Charter is an opportunity to introduce consistent standards for passengers with reduced mobility across the entire airport journey.
The Single European Sky initiative can only be achieved with collaborative work and combined efforts, proved by the commitment presented by the signatories.
The occurrence of an epidemic alarm is incredibly rare, but airports must be prepared nonetheless; Tegel Airport proves regular practise results in smooth operation.
Europe’s ATM leaders have highlighted how measures to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of air transport in the region have helped to optimise airspace capacity, minimise disruptions and improve environmental performance during summer 2019.
Developing new non-aeronautical revenue streams by investing in the digital future is key to hedging risks and profiting from increasing potentials.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management plan to invest in safe, swift and sustainable modes of commuting.
In an attempt to open an e-commerce gateway with China, Budapest Airport held a workshop to highlight the opportunity BUD presents to the market.