Emirates Aviation University (EAU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), supporting the national agenda to promote higher education for UAE national students studying at the university.
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Marion Town, Director of Climate and Environment at Vancouver International Airport, highlights how their sustainability efforts reflect their community and global concerns.
As part of the UK aviation industry's post-COVID-19 recovery plan, the government urges aviation staff to access support through registering for the Aviation Skills Retention Platform (ASRP).
Findings from an IATA survey have outlined that safety, operations and security will be the main areas where training will be required post-pandemic, once the workforce begins to return to the industry.
Neville Hay, Director of Brooklyn Associates, explains why now is the time for the aviation industry to invest in its workforce and embrace the opportunity that the pandemic has created to review and challenge its security practices.
Under DfT's Aviation Skills Retention Platform, CAAi will offer 16 virtual and e-Learning course titles, covering multiple areas of aviation regulation, oversight and compliance.
Why should airport operators be concerned with the new Global Reporting Format? What are the issues and what are the potential solutions?
Glasgow Airport is one of only 85 organisations worldwide to win a Distinction in the International Safety Awards 2021 for its commitment to workforce and workplace safety.
Sandy Legget, General Manager of Air Traffic Services - Edinburgh for Air Navigation Solutions Ltd. (ANSL), writes of the new challenges presented by COVID-19 and discusses ATTIS – the provider’s response to managing the pandemic across the organisation.
LCY's London City Helpers programme will see the airport work to tackle unemployment and support mental wellbeing in the local community.
On International Women’s Day 2021, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) discusses its commitment to 25by2025, the industry-wide diversity and inclusion initiative to increase the number of women in senior positions and the number of women in under-represented jobs by 25 per cent by 2025.
The first of its kind in the UK, the new airfield radar system will monitor Teesside Airport’s 215 cubic miles of airspace and be future-proofed for decades to come.
Miami Airport's nearly 1,400 employees will take part in the Blue Lightning training programme in order to learn how to properly identify and report suspicious behaviour.
Daniel Lütscher, Head of Fraport AG’s Infrastructure – Airport Facilities and Area Services Department, details how Frankfurt Airport has adapted its winter training due to new challenges.
The programme has been piloted in Brazil but has several other countries already lined up, with plans to expand the number of languages offered for each course.