Atlanta City Council has approved a ban of non-compostable single-use plastic bags, polystyrene and plastic straws at Atlanta Airport.
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Toronto, Sydney, Munich and Hong Kong airports have all signed the declaration to join the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is ushering in a new world, in which everything is going to be different, from management and communication to education and hiring. While the changes are becoming more apparent across many industries, aviation has been at the forefront of this development with the transformation of passenger…
Adam Spurling, Compliance Team Manager at Civil Aviation Authority, discusses the impact SeMS could have on airport security, and how it is in all stakeholders’ best interests to utilise the concept.
The APOC Peer Review service will bring together aviation stakeholders to enable a collaborative and integrated management of flight and terminal operations.
This project is expected to gradually increase capacity of Lisbon Airport's terminal to reach up to 72 movements per hour.
AOA's general election manifesto sets out how the aviation industry can work to ensure the sustainability of future airport growth.
Coming together at the ICAO-EASA Forum on Civil Aviation in South East Asia, officials discussed local cooperation and regional safety performance.
Cardiff Airport and the Isle of Anglesey County Council have come to an agreement for Cardiff to take over passenger service operations.
The Secretary General of ICAO has stated that the enhancement of ICAO's implementations is benefitting the Middle East both environmentally and economically.
An updated policy brief on airport networks has been published ACI World, acknowledging they can play a key role in ensuring the economic sustainability of regional airports.
We spoke to Annet Steenbergen, Chair of the IATA Facilitation Working Group about creating a truly seamless passenger flow by facilitating trust.
Four priorities have been suggested by IATA to help airports of MENA stand firm during a challenging operating environment.
Konstantinos Malagas, Research Associate for the Laboratory of Informatics and New Technologies in Shipping, Transport and Insular Development, presents the current state of Greek airports, the intentions of the Greek government, and prospects within the industry.
ACI Asia-Pacific states that changes to the airport charges regulatory framework must be finalised to benefit the Malaysian aviation industry.