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Before 2015, there was very little awareness of wildlife trafficking via air among the aviation industry, but the formation of the USAID Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) Partnership catalysed a global response. At the end of six years of the Partnership, ROUTES reflects upon its impact…
At the 2021 World ROUTES conference in Milan, International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles caught up with the CEO of SEA Milan Airports, Armando Brunini.
Watch this short video interview with Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World.
The industry says a mix of new technology; improvements in operations and infrastructure; and a transition to sustainable aviation fuel by mid-century would provide a majority of the carbon reductions.
This important milestone marks the first time a departing flight at Gatwick has used SAF and is also the first usage by any easyJet service.
Airports and airlines across the world have announced that they are joining the battle against wildlife traffickers and smuggling attempts, spreading the global messages of ‘It Doesn’t Fly With Us!’
Find out from a panel of experts in airline travel and baggage operations in this informative webinar available on demand. A must-see session for airlines, airports, ground handlers, integrators, and others in the travel industry.
Korean Air has signed a contract with SK Energy, to adopt the use of carbon-neutral jet fuel to continue the battle to counter climate change.
Lily Mae Pacey, Junior Editor of International Airport Review, spoke with Justin Meyer from Kansas City Aviation Department, and Dan Moylan from Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate, to discuss the exciting new developments at KCI which will transform the airport into a space accessible and inclusive to all passengers.
Marion Town, Director of Climate and Environment at Vancouver International Airport, highlights how their sustainability efforts reflect their community and global concerns.
EUROCONTROL inaugurates construction work on the new Network Manager’s operation’s centre based in Brussels, which aims to host advanced operational systems and IT infrastructure.
United has said that it will match all donations up to five million miles.