Tara Nolan, International Airport Review’s Editor, spoke to London City Airport's Alison FitzGerald, Chief Operating Officer, and Liam McKay, Director of Corporate Affairs, regarding their mission to become the UK’s most sustainable airport.
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A fleet of three full-electric buses will operate the 24-hour passenger service between Glasgow Airport's terminal and the long-stay car park.
A UK-wide airport study from Netflights includes accessibility within six categories, using data directly from airport users.
Connected Places Catapult aims to help the aviation industry capture the potential of commercial drones whilst maintaining the necessarily stringent levels of safety.
The CCC looks at how to bring IAS emissions formally within the UK’s net-zero target, setting out the rationale and the implications for the UK’s climate strategy.
The exclusive event, hosted by Gatwick on 19th September 2019, was aimed at changing perceptions and highlighting the importance of STEM subjects in an engineering career.
Virgin Atlantic is urging ministers to ‘shake up the Heathrow market’ by reforming slot allocation, as it unveils plans for 84 new routes following the airport's expansion.
As passenger growth continues on its exponential curve, NATS has recorded a growth in air traffic for August 2019, compared to the same period 12 months ago.
Despite already delivering a number of environmentally friendly achievements, Cardiff Airport has recently unveiled more goals as it aims to become a 'carbon neutral airport'.
As the aviation industry is set to grow exponentially, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has insisted we "get to grips with commercial aviation greenhouse gas emissions".
In a UK first, Heathrow will trial new technology that could turn unrecyclable passenger waste into airport furniture, uniforms and alternative fuels.
A new panel helping shape Gatwick’s strategy and services for disabled passengers will complement the work of the airport's Accessibility Forum and Passenger Advisory PRM Group.
Over £1 million has been invested by Gatwick to improve the monitoring and reporting of aircraft noise since 2018.
In a bid to reduce traffic impacts on surrounding areas, Bristol Airport has made a specific zone for Ubers collecting passengers.