United will launch its largest transatlantic route expansion in its history, including 10 new flights and five new destinations by summer 2022.
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ISAVIA, the Iceland Airport Authority, has resurrected its campaign to attract and support aircraft utilising Iceland’s regional airports Akureyri and Egilsstaðir.
Sanjay Khanna, Chief Executive Officer of Ras Al Khaimah International Airport, shares insights on scaling operational efficiency at a rapidly growing transit hub in the northernmost Emirate of the United Arab Emirates.
Katowice Airport, according to its July 2021 summary, reports a growth in cargo freight transported to and from the airport, showing an increase from its 2020 results impacted by COVID-19.
This executive report delves into airport priorities for the future; the passenger experience; future clean air strategy; negotiating government relief and geopolitical perspectives on the vaccine passport. Login or register to read the report for free.
As part of its partnership with the Algarve region, VINCI Airports has financed, developed, built and will operate the new solar plant at Faro Airport.
Within this section of the magazine, we hear from three different organisations on how they look to achieve operational efficiency and increase productivity within their business.
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.
Vladislav Ilyin, Chief Commercial Officer of Aviation Revenues of Kharkiv International Airport, speaks to International Airport Review about the importance of not relying on expanding your airport’s route network to be successful, but also focusing on growing non-aviation revenues.
Following a report published in July 2020 by the Airspace Change Organising Group, the UK government has announced £5.5 million in funding to support the UK's airspace modernisation programme.
Partly funded by the Department for Transport, the City of Derry to Stansted route provides critical connectivity between Northern Ireland and London, subsequently boosting the region’s economy.
An AGS Airports-led consortium will work on the CAELUS project to demonstrate how autonomous drone technology can enhance access to essential medical supplies across Scotland.
The new route will connect passengers in the UAE with 28 destinations in India via Delhi, with more cities due to be added in the coming weeks and months.
By being able to fly through the Israel-Jordan corridor, flight times will be shortened, fuel burn will be reduced and carbon emissions decreased.