Global air freight demand fell by 12.6 per cent in August 2020 when compared to 2019 as a result of insufficient capacity due to grounded passenger aircraft fleets.
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The loan agreement concerns infrastructure, efficiency and safety upgrades at Lithuanian Airports-managed Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga Airports.
A new study conducted by EUROCONTROL has shown that capacity constraints are the biggest challenge for airports in the face of COVID-19.
Heathrow’s Head of Data and Analytics, Nick Beresford, details the airport’s data transformation journey; exploring new ways to exploit data to enable an efficient operation, drive business value and deliver an excellent passenger experience.
The CGI images of the proposed replacement terminal at Leeds Bradford Airport highlight a focus on improving the passenger experience.
Over the course of the past year, Budapest Airport has invested in a wide range of infrastructure and passenger experience developments.
Though air cargo demand remains way below 2019 levels, new data published by IATA has shown that demand is beginning to stabilise following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frankfurt Airport has positioned itself as a European leader in pharmaceutical cargo shipping in preparation for the possible COVID-19 vaccine.
Nicole Hall from San Diego County Regional Airport Authority presents how COVID-19 has not put a stop to the airport development plan.
Jody Summers details how Orlando’s South Terminal’s individual carrier system will enhance capacity, efficiency and the passenger experience.
Denver Airport has successfully completed the steel structure of the exterior buildings on both Concourse C-East and Concourse B-East.
Carlos Eduardo Gomes Souza, Airport Performance Coordinator at Brazil’s Ministry of Infrastructure, explains the process behind the Brazilian passenger satisfaction survey and the beneficial results that it created for the country’s airports.
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.
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.