With current passenger numbers unable to warrant the reopening of food and beverage retailers in the terminal, Brisbane Airport has installed ready-made meals in vending machines.
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Over the last six months, airport operational planning has been thrown into a veritable tailspin. The traditional way of basing decisions off stable schedules, historical data and static rulesets is now suddenly ineffective and struggles to reflect the realities of a dynamic and unprecedented aviation environment.
A new study conducted by EUROCONTROL has shown that capacity constraints are the biggest challenge for airports in the face of COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to severely impact aviation, ACI World has published a new policy brief to support the recovery of the sector.
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.
As part of a major renovation of its security area and in preparation for an increase in passengers, Teesside Airport has installed two new scanners.
Analysis undertaken by ACI has found that the impact of COVID-19 could reach an unprecedented $104.5 billion reduction in revenue for 2020.
Despite early predictions outlining June 2020 as the turning point for aviation in recovering from COVID-19, passenger demand remains drastically low.
Over the course of the past year, Budapest Airport has invested in a wide range of infrastructure and passenger experience developments.
The new partnership will work to gather passenger views on the future of air travel in order to enhance operational decisions at DFW Airport.
The runway project, originally scheduled for 2022, will begin two years earlier as a result of San Francisco International Airport taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
London Gatwick Airport publishes its half yearly results, whilst protecting its future resilience against the economic impact of COVID-19.
In the latest instalment of our exclusive CEO series, Mark Thorpe, CEO of Ontario International Airport Authority, discusses the importance of shifting the industry’s mindset to a business point of view and the need to consider the consumer.
As a result of the severe impact of COVID-19 on the airport, Gatwick Airport will undertake a major business restructure, putting roughly 600 jobs at risk.