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.
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James Shapland, the Met Office’s Aviation Operations Manager, explains how the Met Office works with airports to ensure operations run smoothly during the challenging winter period.
A new service launched by ICAO will generate and share space weather advisories that can be used for commercial and general aviation.
The increase in landings due to the time based separation (TBS) technique is the equivalent of extending Heathrow’s operating day by 30 minutes.
As evacuation from the Carolinas has become mandatory, airports and airlines have grounded flights as the Hurricane passes through the States.
Typhoon Jebi, the worst storm to hit Japan in 25 years, has flooded the runways at Kansai International and stranded nearly 3,000 passengers.
Bad weather caused a plane to roll off the runway and catch fire, but quick reaction by airport teams extinguished the fire in eight minutes and passengers and crew evacuated in just 17.
How do you waterproof a roof in time for monsoon season? Beijing New Airport seems to have it covered, using membrane joints.
For the first time a team of Met Office forecasters are going to be based all year round at the NATS air traffic control centre in Hampshire.
While aviation technology and policies are ever-changing, there is one factor that will always be an issue: The weather. High winds, heavy rains, hail, and lightning all endanger aviation equipment, passengers, and crew. Anuj Agrawal, CMO of Earth Networks, explains how Earth Networks mitigates weather-related risk and streamlines aviation operations.
Steve Cooper discusses the important of storm water drainage for airports citing case studies including Seattle-Tacoma's as a current example...
Jeppesen signs agreement to ensure The Weather Company serve as the primary weather source across Jeppesen and Boeing aviation products.
General Manager of the Northern Europe Aviation Meteorology Consortium (NAMCON), Jaakko Nuottokari, discusses the challenges and obstacles involved in the efficient running of an airport in adverse weather and examines the new technologies in place to help with advanced forecasting.