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One of the best kept secrets in the aviation industry is aerodrome safeguarding. Few are aware of the professionals playing a vital part in keeping aircraft and passengers safe. Amanda Purdye and Simon Vince, co‑Chairs of AOA’s Aerodrome Safeguarders Group, shed some light on the responsibilities of a safeguarder.
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…
Following recent disruptions, new legislations regarding drones are coming into force, including increased airport exclusion zones, additional police power, fixed-penalty notices and modern technologies to detect and repel drones. Lee Mansell, COO of Operational Solutions, details how airports should use an UTM system to safely integrate drones into their operations.
Yet more opposition has surfaced for the expansion of the UK's only hub airport as the London Assembly highlights the negative effects the expansion will have upon the capital.
Endless delays and complications with the redevelopment of the Great Hall at the Jeppsen terminal have caused DEN to end the redevelopment contract with Great Hall Partners (GHP).
Investigating the evolution of airport development, International Airport Review asked a panel of industry experts to consider if airport privatisation helps the sector be better placed to tackle political, competitive and regulatory uncertainty.
5 August 2019 | By IDEMIA
The growing number of travellers passing through airports consequently increases the number of tasks airport operators must complete, whilst enhancing potential threats. However, an enlarged amount of traffic cannot be at the expense of security. Video analytics can enhance the capacity of existing infrastructure and video management systems. Video analysis…
Despite passenger numbers increasing over 140 per cent, cargo through DWC has declined by 5.3 per cent.
The new agreement between the UK and the Isle of Man aims to bring clarity to both operators and regulators in both locales.
MAG is also working to create its own internal processes to identify and combat the risk of modern slavery within its airports.
31 July 2019 | By International Air Transport Association (IATA)
This webinar will summarise the latest developments related to baggage tracking and provide an overview of where the industry is at in the implementation of RFID and baggage XML. Industry experts will also share new examples of implementation and IATA will reveal some of the activities planned for 2020. Click…