An AGS Airports-led consortium will work on the CAELUS project to demonstrate how autonomous drone technology can enhance access to essential medical supplies across Scotland.
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17 December 2020 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
As a joint initiative of ACI and IATA, NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) creates a shared vision for the future of travel. While the first webinar confirmed the validity of and the need for the concepts of NEXTT in these difficult times for the air travel industry, this second webinar will…
The APOC enables the airport to integrate all of the functions related to airport operations in a single place and manage its overall performance in real time.
The two airport towers will now be operated remotely from the Avinor Remote Towers Centre in Bodø, Norway, in addition to two other airports.
24 November 2020 | By Vaisala Oyj
A webinar focusing on the challenge of windshear and how airports and airlines can mitigate its effects with Vaisala’s windshear alert system
The partnership has brought together airlines, ANSPs, ACI Europe and EUROCONTROL to effectively coordinate the modernisation of European ATM.
DFS and G&D worked hand in hand to implement complex redundant infrastructure. The new equipment guarantees that the system is always available.
Gilad Sahar, Business Director in NSO Group’s Counter-UAV division, tells International Airport Review about the technology developer’s Eclipse and Fleming solutions, and how they are supporting the aviation industry in combating malicious drone use and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The decision to close runway 1 at Helsinki Airport for six months is a result of significantly reduced flight numbers due to strict travel restrictions.
By being able to fly through the Israel-Jordan corridor, flight times will be shortened, fuel burn will be reduced and carbon emissions decreased.
Switzerland’s ANSP, Skyguide, has enlisted the support of Frequentis Control Room Consulting in order to improve customer satisfaction.
The consultation will allow local residents and communities to shape the outcome of the proposed plans to separate Luton and Stansted's arrival routes and holds.
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