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How is Malta International Airport preparing for the future of aviation? The answer comes from investing in a larger terminal and new apron, as well as an increased focus on the guest experience.
Plastic waste has become one of the largest burdens of our modern world, but Bengaluru Airport has found a novel way to re-purpose the material.
Gatwick Airport has become the first airport worldwide to deploy artificial intelligence computer vision technology on the apron for operational use.
Georgia Tech and Delta Airlines have been testing autonomous vehicles in the hope to collect data on the potential applications within airports.
San Francisco Airport has reduced flight movements by 13 per cent to avoid delays while the airport's runway is closed for 20 days for a new base layer to be constructed.
Work has begun on the airfield development at Auckland Airport as 40 million passengers and 260,000 flights are expected to use the airport by 2044.
The Government of Canada has pledged over $4 million to the rehabilitation of the runways at Trail Airport in a bid to make safety a paramount concern.
The official planning process for use of Gatwick's existing Northern Runway is underway; a step towards increasing the airport's capacity.
Bettina Ganghofer, CEO of Salzburg Airport, detailed the vision for the regional airport’s future developments and strategies to International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan.
Two-thirds of respondents to public consultation support Gatwick’s intention to build capacity by making best use of existing runways. Consequently the airport is no longer actively pursuing plans for an additional runway.
Dublin Airport implements a new device to reduce the time spent on essential airfield safety checks in regard to aircraft parking lighting.
Paul Coughlan, Project Director, said Brisbane's new runway is the biggest and most satisfying project he has ever been involved in.
The $300 million investment is the largest airfield investment project since the airport opened in 1970 and is set to increase capacity, facilitate new routes and improve terminal facilities.
Autonomous, electric and in part 3D printed, the autonomous vehicle at Christchurch Airport reveals what the future of airport movement could look like.