This guide is for anyone involved in the airport operation – from the airport planner to the terminal manager and the airport executive.
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In order to support the industry as air travel begins to recover, ACI-NA has released 42 recommendations and priorities for aviation during COVID-19.
The five-point Healthy Airport programme highlights GTAA's commitment to protecting the health of Toronto Pearson Airport's passengers.
By introducing new thermal camera technology, LAX Airport will be able to rapidly identify people with a potential fever, a main symptom of COVID-19.
In addition to calling for $13 billion in financial support, ACI-NA has made several aviation policy recommendations to the U.S. Congress.
As part of International Airport Review’s CEO Series, Lance Lyttle, Managing Director of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), discusses how airports are going to have to adapt and alter traditional processes for a post-COVID-19 world.
Tory Richardson, President and CEO of Gerald R. Ford Airport, discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the airport and how its new “Fly Safe, Fly Ford” campaign will work to restore passenger confidence.
The opening of the new arrivals and departures hall is the most significant milestone to date in the redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport.
The Harvey Milk Terminal 1 at San Francisco Airport has become the first airport terminal in the world to achieve a Fitwel certification.
The contracts, which are part of delivering the redevelopment programme at Salt Lake City Airport, involve foundation, earth retention and airfield works.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tampa Airport has submitted a plan to defer or abandon $900 million in projects over the next four to five years.
The loan will be used to improve the overall regional air connectivity and upgrade the airport infrastructure within Dominica.
In order to ensure that the health of all passengers and employees at the airport is protected, Miami International Airport has updated its operations in the face of COVID-19.
In all areas – efficiency and effectiveness, revenue generation, safety and security – AI has tremendous potential to deliver positive change if used correctly, details Ian Law, Chief Information Officer of San Francisco International Airport.