Todd Ernst, Director of Aviation Infrastructure, Energy, and the Environment for Toronto Pearson Airport, explains how Canada’s largest airport has set clear targets for net zero emissions and net zero waste by 2050.
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JFKIAT has partnered with SSP America and Zippin to launch a new AI-powered contactless retail concept at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4.
ADM Aéroports de Montréal and SOFIAC have announced a new partnership to develop a large-scale energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emission reduction project.
JFKIAT is leveraging a new artificial intelligence technology, the ApronAI Turnaround Control solution, at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4.
Nashville International Airport is the first to attain the new 'Better Cities for Pets' programme launched by Mars Petcare, due to a rising demand for pet-friendly travel options.
To maintain British Columbia's economic supply chain, Air Canada has announced that it has increased cargo capacity to Vancouver between 21 to 30 November 2021 from Toronto, Montreal, and Calgary.
Jamie L. Rhee, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Aviation, tells International Airport Review about the $168 million Central De-icing Facility that opened at Chicago O’Hare International Airport in 2018, which has been reducing winter weather delays ever since.
In its commitment to continue the journey to reduce airport green house gas emissions, Toronto Pearson Airport has now signed on to the World Economic Forum’s Clean Skies Initiative.
At today's, 18 November 2021, Three Amigo Summit, the Presidents of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada's Prime Minister are being urged to streamline cross-border travel rules.
The International Air Transport Association has released the results of its 2021 Global Passenger Survey, showing passenger’s willingness to use biometrics if it accelerates travel processes.
Denver International Airport emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the airport has welcomed back the arrival of non-essential international travellers from more than 30 countries.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, air travel at Toronto Pearson Airport has decreased, which consequently has seen a downturn in the Greater Toronto Airports Authority's aeronautical revenues.
Wayne Harvey, Vice President, Operational, Technical and Regulatory Affairs at the Canadian Airports Council, talks to International Airport Review about how Canadian airports deal with winter weather and how they are preparing for the incoming change to the Global Reporting Format.
NAV CANADA has partnered with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority to launch a public consultation as the next step in a proposal to begin airspace enhancements around Toronto Pearson Airport.
The International Air Transport Association has released results for global air cargo markets in September 2021, showing an ongoing demand that will exceed pre-COVID-19 levels.