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.
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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.
Roadmap for drones, staff training, standardisation, human super recognisers, regulatory landscapes and future thinking are just some of the topics being covered in day two of AITS' security stream.
Discover how to make use of data analytics to make smarter decisions when it matters most – in real time.
As new security threats impose themselves on airport systems – including drones, insider threats, cyber-hackers and planned acts of terrorism – International Airport Review spoke to three individuals involved in the security sector to explore their views of airport security, their visions for the future, and the advice they can…
Labelled 100 per cent safe and 100 per cent illegal, the plight of the drone comes back to haunt Heathrow Airport as more climate activists demand their voices are heard.
The occurrence of an epidemic alarm is incredibly rare, but airports must be prepared nonetheless; Tegel Airport proves regular practise results in smooth operation.
Roni Tidhar, Israel Airports Authority’s Head of International Consulting Services – Commercial branch, discusses how airports must consider and adapt their security procedures in the evolving airspace.
Letter from the Editor: Collaborative thinking and shared learning is key to developing IT and security in our industry
With airports constantly challenged to keep up with the opportunities and associated risks brought about by advances in technology, Tara Nolan looks ahead to this year's Airport IT & Security conference for some answers.
British Airways has fallen victim to another IT system failure which has left thousands stranded and is expected to cost the airline in excess of £8 million.
London City Airport has published a draft master plan, detailing how it could respond to continued demand for business and leisure air travel, in a sustainable and responsible way, over the next 15 years.
Fast, proactive decisions can now be made more easily and quickly at Wellington International Airport after an online management system is launched.
By creating more parking spaces at Schiphol Airport, not only has the airport increased the passenger experience, but they have installed solar panels on the roof of the building which contributes to their sustainability plans.