As the original accreditation is granted for only 12 months, ACI has extended its Airport Health Accreditation programme so that airports can be re-accredited for an additional 12 months.
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The new HBS system at Guernsey Airport, which is being installed into its final position, will remove the need for random manual searches of hold baggage by security staff.
The Destination Summer campaign is mobilising aviation and tourism employees and individual travellers to urge policy-makers to coordinate and lift travel restrictions across Europe.
After becoming the first global entity to receive the BSI certification at the onset of the pandemic, Hamad Airport has been successfully re-certified for its health and safety COVID-19 protocols.
The modernisation of Kansai Airport's terminal will create more capacity and improve the passenger experience by optimising existing spaces.
Passengers arriving in Italy from the UAE will no longer be required to quarantine upon arrival, but will still be required to provide two negative COVID-19 tests.
In order to avoid chaos at European airports during summer 2021, ACI Europe has called for governments to step up advance planning and work closer with the industry.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, President and CEO of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Deborah Flint, writes of the multifaceted changes that Toronto Pearson Airport has made as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and explains how many of these will remain crucial to the…
With construction due to begin at the end of 2021, the final design for Western Sydney International's passenger terminal has been unveiled.
The first update of the UK government's traffic light list for international travel has seen no new 'green' countries, seven new 'red' countries and Portugal moved to 'amber'.
Up to two hours before departure, either from home or on their way, passengers travelling through Schiphol can view and reserve products online before purchasing them at the airport.
EASA has outlined that updating the necessary framework to allow for the application of the latest technology will support airports in ensuring all-weather operations.
In order to avoid chaos at airports once passenger numbers begin to increase, IATA has called on governments to adopt digital processes at airports to streamline the checking of travel health credentials.
Seating areas with seamlessly embedded IoT systems can restore passenger confidence and boost airport revenues.