Lars Barsoe, Vice President Sales and Marketing at Vestergaard Company A/S, gave his insight into sustainability on the airside in Issue 2.
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Finavia will soon be renovating the Runway 2 of Helsinki Airport. The work is expected to disrupt aircraft landing directions from its normal directions, and will continue to do so until mid-September. However, the renovations are necessary if the airport want to improve their sustainability.
Sky Harbor first in City of Phoenix to benefit from this Federal funding.
Wayne Harvey, Vice President, Operational, Technical and Regulatory Affairs at the Canadian Airports Council, talks to International Airport Review about how Canadian airports deal with winter weather and how they are preparing for the incoming change to the Global Reporting Format.
With the new hangar, easyJet will ensure smooth maintenance and servicing operations, including unscheduled work, for its European fleet, improving operational efficiency and saving maintenance costs in the long term.
Director and CEO of Miami International Airport, Lester Sola, discusses the significant benefits, both financially and environmentally, resulting from the airport’s sustainability projects in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
After major maintenance works on the runway and surrounding taxiways were completed, Schiphol's Polderbaan Runway has now resumed operations, but only under normal visibility conditions.
The runway work at Wellington was deemed essential as is needed to ensure the on-going safety and efficiency of the airport’s operations.
The finished project at Jyväskylä Airport included runway renovations, upgrades to the electricity network and the building of a new maintenance hangar.
Balfour Beatty's joint venture has been awarded the HK$12.88 billion Hong Kong International Airport expansion contract.
The runway project ran smoothly, with approximately 12,800 tonnes of concrete transported to the site in 890 truckloads.
U.S. Transportation Secretary, Elaine L. Chao, announces over $273 million in grants to 184 airports in 41 states and six territories.
The Skiddometer BV11 VI (vehicle integration) is the latest innovation in friction measurement.