In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: biometrics; accessibility; construction and renovation; PRM assistance; Global Reporting Format; airport technology priorities; airport design; and also, an event review of our hugely successful Rebuilding Airports Online Summit which took place in May.
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ROUTES' new video series will work to spotlight some of its aviation partners, which have stepped up to address the issue of wildlife trafficking.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Elena Fisher, City Planner in the Division of Aviation for the City of Philadelphia, writes how the DOA is working beyond its own initial sustainability goals to collaborate with outside organisations and government in order to achieve a truly integrated…
Though domestic travel is beginning to recover from the impact of the pandemic, international travel still remains 87.3 per cent below April 2019.
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.
Following the apparent forced diversion of Ryanair Flight FR4978 out of Belarusian airspace, IATA has called on EASA to ensure that aircraft operations remain separate from politics.
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'.
ICAO has expressed its concern at the apparent forced diversion of Ryanair Flight FR4978 and has launched a fact-finding investigation of the event.
EASA's study on the acceptance of Urban Air Mobility in the EU found that, broadly, the concept was welcomed by citizens, though concerns were raised regarding safety, among other issues.
As countries across the globe begin to lift national travel restrictions for vaccinated travellers, IATA has called for the rest of the world to follow suit.
The survey conducted by AAA found that the Australian government's Tourism Aviation Network Support programme has succeeded in increasing demand for domestic air travel.
Similar to the system implemented in England and Scotland, Wales has introduced a traffic light system for those intending to travel internationally.
Duncan Auld, President and CEO of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations (IFATCA), argues that the aviation industry needs to look at airspace design, defragmentation and procedures, and make substantial improvements to air traffic management, if it wishes to avoid a slow post-crisis recovery.
AOA's Chief Executive, Karen Dee, has stressed that the UK's "economic recovery hinges upon allowing the safe re-opening of international travel."
Heathrow has called for the UK government to review the countries that have been deemed as 'green' under the new travel traffic light system for England, stating that the current 'green list' is "overly cautious".