Ann Marie Aguilar, Director of Operations, EMEA, International WELL Building Institute, identifies how to mitigate the negative effects airport environments can have on staff wellbeing and passenger experience.
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The Russian airport practices one of the most complicated rescue drills, including spilled fuel on fire, engines on fire and the possibility of flames spreading into the cabin.
The exclusive event, hosted by Gatwick on 19th September 2019, was aimed at changing perceptions and highlighting the importance of STEM subjects in an engineering career.
The occurrence of an epidemic alarm is incredibly rare, but airports must be prepared nonetheless; Tegel Airport proves regular practise results in smooth operation.
On their journey to create a global aviation centre of excellence, Norwich Airport has agreed a deal to ensure the demands for aircraft maintenance can be met.
One of the capacity restraints the Asia-Pacific region is facing comes from a lack of human resources, in terms of both recruiting and training skilled-aviation personnel.
Airports have been supplanted by the perfect storm of cyber-security, but how can the industry make sure airports are as secure as they can be? International Airport Review’s recent webinar, in association with AlertEnterprise, provided a platform to discuss how airports must be totally secure. From the webinar five key…
Letter from the Editor: Collaborative thinking and shared learning is key to developing IT and security in our industry
With airports constantly challenged to keep up with the opportunities and associated risks brought about by advances in technology, Tara Nolan looks ahead to this year's Airport IT & Security conference for some answers.
Samantha Saunders, Head of Innovation & Regulatory Compliance at OmniServ, offers up her opinion on why we need to consider changing both how airport suppliers train not just staff helping passengers with reduced mobility (PRM), but all other airport teams, in order to drive an attitude change in how assistance…
The development of dynamic aviation technology and continued industry growth demands tailored and multidisciplinary training.
With a major investment and recruitment programme, Shannon becomes the first airport in Ireland to take delivery of two high-tech HRET fire tenders.
International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan, explored the career path of Hermes Airports Ltd.’s CEO, investigating her time as a female in aviation, and her perception of the industry now.
An advanced air traffic control training facility has opened in Beirut, Lebanon which uses pioneering simulation technology developed by Airways New Zealand.
IAAN expands its services with the addition of ATC training for private individuals as well as ANSPs at its base in Fornbe, Oslo.
A new version of EUROCONTROL's ESCAPE air traffic control simulator will facilitate academic research around the world and improve future training.