CVG Airport has become the first airport in the Midwest of the U.S. to be awarded ACI World's Airport Health Accreditation.
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The new state-of-the-art 3D scanners improve TSA's explosives detection capabilities at the two airports' security checkpoints.
By building a federal inspection station, the airport can expand U.S. Customs and Border Protection capabilities to 400 passengers an hour.
Kirk Goodlet, Director of Terminal Operations at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG), anticipates the needs of future passengers.
With COVID-19 quarantine measures severely halting the recovery of the Canadian aviation industry, IATA has called for the government to consider testing instead.
San Francisco Airport has made progress in reducing the amount of unnecessary noise for passengers travelling through the terminals.
By introducing the new CT scanner, Eppley Airfield gains an improved security threat detection capability and reduces unnecessary contact with passenger bags.
Moving away from enhanced entry health screening, resources will instead be dedicated to more effective mitigation efforts for the individual passenger.
After implementing a wide range of COVID-19 health and safety measures, Toronto Pearson Airport has been awarded the ACI accreditation.
Passengers can now benefit from two DropWater stations, where they can either fill their own water bottles or purchase a drink in a completely compostable container.
As part of its efforts to restore passenger confidence in the aviation industry, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority has implemented its Healthy Airport programme at Toronto Pearson Airport to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep the safety of passengers as its top priority.
The federal investment grants will contribute to a wide range of safety and infrastructure developments at 405 airports across the U.S.
The new partnership will work to gather passenger views on the future of air travel in order to enhance operational decisions at DFW Airport.
The runway project, originally scheduled for 2022, will begin two years earlier as a result of San Francisco International Airport taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the latest instalment of our exclusive CEO series, Mark Thorpe, CEO of Ontario International Airport Authority, discusses the importance of shifting the industry’s mindset to a business point of view and the need to consider the consumer.