On 1 June 2021, Quito International Airport celebrated the first anniversary of its resumption of operations after an all but total industry-wide shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ramón Miró, Quiport's new President and CEO, reveals how this airport became the first in Latin America to resume operations during…
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The goal of the innovate profit-sharing agreement is to unleash growth potential, even more pertinent in this time of uncertainty post-COVID.
Robson Freitas, Head of Operations and Passenger Experience at Belo Horizonte International Airport in Brazil, speaks to International Airport Review about the measures that the airport is undertaking to keep its restrooms clean and to promote health security.
New study published to support airports in combatting wildlife trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean
The ROUTES Partnership has published its newest study highlighting the issue of wildlife trafficking in the LAC region and how airports can work to combat it.
By achieving the accreditation, Guanacaste Airport highlights its efforts to measure, manage and reduce its carbon footprint.
Andrew O’Brian, President and CEO of Corporación Quiport S.A. – operator of Quito International Airport – writes how the key factors of effective leadership, communication and fluid coordination played a pivotal role in Quito International being the first airport in the region to resume commercial passenger operations.
Over the course of 30 years, VINCI Airports will work to maintain and modernise the seven airports located across North Brazil, but will also transform the airports into eco-efficient infrastructures.
AAHK's digital health pass will aim to provide a simple and efficient means of conducting health document checks and verification processes on both ends of a passenger journey.
VINCI Airports' Las Américas Airport and La Isabela Airport have both obtained the ISO 14001:2015 certification, making them the first airports in the Dominican Republic to do so.
El Dorado International Airport in Colombia has partnered with DTN for the installation of a weather alerting system to ensure airport operations safety.
The remodelled areas evoke a greater sense of identity and belonging to the city of Quito, whilst also providing greater comfort to the airport's passengers.
Copa Airlines is the latest airline and first located in the Americas to partner with IATA on the trial of its IATA Travel Pass, with Panama becoming the first government to participate.
ACI-LAC, ALTA, CANSO and IATA have called for the implementation and adherence to internationally-agreed measures which permit safe air travel during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
The LACAC multilateral agreement to liberalise the region's air cargo services will have an immediate impact on pandemic response and recovery.