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By donating the trays, Edinburgh Airport promotes sustainability and supports the development of security screening in African airports.
Dr Viktoriia Myroniuk, Programme Leader for BEng/MEng Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Salford, discusses aspects of airport cities that are not commonly considered.
In ACI and ICAO’s global management accreditation programme, support is given to the next generation of aviation leaders through a virtual classroom.
The new training, in accordance with ICAO CART recommendations, will work to enable the safe and secure restart of air operations post-COVID-19.
Bahrain Airport Company and ACI World partnered to develop the online course in order to continue training amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Within this podcast episode, International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan, spoke to Nina Smith, Head of Aviation Security Training and Human Factors at the Civil Aviation Authority, who is working with the industry to raise security standards through innovative thinking.
Over 1,000 members of Stansted Airport staff have been trained to become Dementia Friends in a bid to make the airport more accessible.
Across many industries, women are striving to reduce the discrepancies between male and female employees, and to encourage young women to follow their ambitions.
Following breaking its record in 2019 by delivering 1,100 apprenticeships, Heathrow Airport intends to deliver an additional 400 in 2020.
Luis Felipe de Oliveira is set to succeed ACI World's current Director General in June, with a 30-day formal transition period.
The partnership will see Amsterdam Airport Schiphol help find employment for 750 beneficiaries who need additional support.
Collaborating with multiple stakeholders and organisations, Liverpool John Lennon Airport has numerous initiatives in place for passengers with reduced mobility.
Within a series of workshops, Melbourne Airport's retail and hospitality staff will learn to address the unique needs of international passengers.
Nishtha Jain, Psychology Undergraduate at Christ University, Bangalore, expresses the opinion that each airport should create a mental health care unit for the wellbeing of both passengers and staff.