In the latest instalment of International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series, Dr. Constantin von Alvensleben, Chief Executive Officer of Tirana International Airport, offers a positive perspective on the current crisis with a strong belief that aviation can recover and prosper.
List view / Grid view
Filter the results
The modernisation of Belgrade Airport has continued in accordance with all COVID-19 health and safety prevention measures prescribed by relevant authorities.
After reaching the lowest recorded rate since records began in 1990 during April 2020, IATA data has outlined the beginning of an increase in passenger demand.
The decline has been attributed to insufficient capacity to meet demand following the loss of belly cargo operations on passenger aircraft.
CEO of Zurich Airport, Stephan Widrig, participated in International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, and discussed how his airport is tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tim Toerber, Airline Resource and Scheduling Manager at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), discusses how the airport’s gate optimisation project has led SEA to become the most efficient airport in the U.S. from a gate management perspective.
IATA reviews the passenger demand figures during the month of March, summarising the decline to be the largest in recent history.
In regard to COVID-19 recovery, President of ACI EUROPE, Jost Lammers, exclaimed: “Our sector cannot afford to exit this crisis the way we entered it.”
Global demand for air cargo, measured in cargo tonne kilometres (CTKs), fell by 15.2 per cent in March compared to the previous year, IATA reports.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, San Francisco International Airport’s Director, Ivar Satero, emphasises the importance of an airport’s local community and the significance of sustainability.
Dr. Karsten Benz, Professor for Aviation Management at Frankfurt University, explains that, in order to secure a successful future for as many airports as possible post COVID-19, flexible and immediate action is mandatory.
Catya Zuniga and Geert Boosten, from the Amsterdam University of Applied Science, discuss how best to define aviation capacity.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Kadri Samsunlu, CEO of Istanbul iGA Airport, discusses how far the newly-developed airport has come since beginning operation at full capacity in early 2019.
Macau Airport's extension construction began following a commencement ceremony, which featured the start of site formation and piling works on site.
Globally, airports’ capacity is under strain, and operators are focused on maximising existing and growing capacity. With space at a premium and passenger safety paramount, capacity planning requires intelligent forecasting. With combined end-to-end passenger flow and flight data insights, future-planning is more straightforward, transparent, and accurate.