Due to reduced aircraft movements as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and LVNL have been able to schedule a week-long drones trial.
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Leah Hockley, International Airport Review’s Junior Editor, spoke to Nicolas Warinsko, SESAR Deployment Manager’s General Manager, regarding SESAR’s goal to digitalise the European airspace.
The new report considers how the UK is already working towards commercial drone development and what is yet to be done to further the current efforts.
By safely integrating drones into the airspace with support from aviation associations, commercial drone services have the opportunity to thrive.
The increasing number of manned or unmanned aircraft operating simultaneously within urban areas will require entirely new approaches to air traffic management.
Pablo Lopez Loeches, Project Manager in the Innovation Division of Aena, details the various developmental projects being implemented at Aena’s airports.
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.
LVNL's new mobile app provides users with comprehensive airspace safety information critical to the operation of drones, including current weather conditions.
EASA's suggested rules work to maximise the commercial benefits of drones against the safety and privacy of citizens and the potential environmental impact.
Despite the issues currently limiting the growth of the aviation industry across the globe, HungaroControl remains persistent in its innovative efforts.
The growing use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and their unauthorised operation near airports poses a potential serious threat to airports and the travelling public.
As part of its technological initiative, Seville Airport has tested drones to ensure they can be used in an everyday airport environment.
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.
The CUAS and UTM system will be developed based upon a proof-of-concept drone detection system currently being trialled at Auckland Airport.