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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is ushering in a new world, in which everything is going to be different, from management and communication to education and hiring. While the changes are becoming more apparent across many industries, aviation has been at the forefront of this development with the transformation of passenger…
International Airport Review's Junior Editor, Leah Hockley, spoke with Munich Airport's Main Fire Chief, Lars Boehlkau to explore the daily routines of an airport firefighter.
Safety and security are necessary elements to secure passenger satisfaction, but weather, fuel spillages and unplanned occurrences can cause massive disruptions. International Airport Review asked Gatwick Airport’s Incident Operations Manager how he prepares for unprecedented events.
The new Counter-Drone Strategy aims to harness the benefits of drone technology by protecting the public from malicious or criminal use.
Thousands of airport employees at more than 150 airports and aerodromes across Australia and New Zealand will take part in Airport Safety Week.
Environmental Litigation Group discusses how the use of PFAS-containing foams at airports is increasing the likelihood of individuals suffering from multiple types of cancer.
The Russian airport practices one of the most complicated rescue drills, including spilled fuel on fire, engines on fire and the possibility of flames spreading into the cabin.
With a major investment and recruitment programme, Shannon becomes the first airport in Ireland to take delivery of two high-tech HRET fire tenders.
David Ryder, Head of Aviation Security at ACI EUROPE emphasises how there is no one particular threat in the aviation sector. If you let your guard slip in one aspect, then the whole system is vulnerable.
Nearly 90 flights were cancelled at Manchester Airport as unexpected power issues within the airport created a fuel supply problem.
ICAO highlights the necessity of advanced passenger information and passenger name record in a bid to limit the movement of potentially dangerous people.
The training involved an emergency simulation which included nearly 500 participants from 25 different agencies.