Honeywell and International Airport Review previously hosted a webinar to explore how airports can tackle the challenge of increased travellers and traffic whilst remaining safe, secure and efficient.
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By trialling the BAC Canine Program, Brisbane Airport hopes to ensure the safety of aircraft at the airport and reduce the risk of wildlife strikes.
Abu Dhabi Airport joins a select group of international airports to have implemented the advanced airfield lighting technology.
The initial phase will see Stansted Airport host a series of focus groups encouraging people to provide their views on any change to the airport's airspace.
Several security checkpoint lanes managed by TSA at Boston Logan International Airport will now benefit from new technology.
Following the introduction of facial comparison, Hobby Airport is the first in Texas to have full biometric entry and exit for international passengers.
The U.S. Department of Transportation will award airport infrastructure grants to help improve the travel experience for passengers.
Caverion will be responsible for the installation and maintenance of access control and video surveillance at all 44 Avinor-operated airports in Norway.
Wellington Airport is one of the first to have complied with an ICAO requirement for all airport operators to assess runway conditions using a new standardised methodology.
An overview of why an unmanned aircraft traffic management system (UTM) is needed to integrate drone operations at airports.
As part of its technological initiative, Seville Airport has tested drones to ensure they can be used in an everyday airport environment.
The new paper published by ACI World offers guidance on key issues related to airspace and airport capacity and the options available to operators.
Steve Maybee, Edmonton International Airport’s VP of Operations and Infrastructure, details how by welcoming Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into its airspace, an airport’s operations will need to adapt and evolve.