Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Managing Director of Munich Airport International’s (MAI) Business Division, spoke to International Airport Review about the key challenges and questions that airports need to address sooner rather than later, highlighting best practices and using Munich International Airport (MUC) as an example.
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Over the last six months, airport operational planning has been thrown into a veritable tailspin. The traditional way of basing decisions off stable schedules, historical data and static rulesets is now suddenly ineffective and struggles to reflect the realities of a dynamic and unprecedented aviation environment.
Pierre Charbonneau, Director – Passenger at IATA, offers an insight into the various projects that are being worked on to secure a seamless airport experience.
In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
Matej Nesvadba, ATM systems specialist at ANS CR, provides an overview on air traffic management at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague (LKPR), and emphasises how A-CDM is one of the airport’s core processes.
Birmingham Airport (BHX) has long been recognised as one of the UK’s most punctual and family-friendly travel hubs. The four-time winner of the prestigious Star UK Airport prize loves keeping its customers happy. However, with passenger numbers rapidly rising, the airport realised it needed a new way to keep things…
Auckland International Airport (AKL) is not only New Zealand’s largest and busiest but also one of the fastest-growing airports in Australasia. With a need to ensure optimal resource coordination and infrastructure use, the airport engaged with Veovo to roll out the region’s first Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) initiative.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Airports will all benefit from the implementation of airport collaborative decision making.
A multi-airport system is to be implemented in Indonesia between four airports which will support each other and the wider economy.
The importance of economic development within air transport has been stressed by the UN agency.
Airports Authority of India (AAI) is meeting with airport operators to discuss implementing its ACDM system at several new airports in India.