Airports Council International World has launched its first policy brief on advanced air mobility, advocating for a seamless integration and a knowledge centre on drone risk mitigation to promote safe operations.
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Issue 3 2022 of International Airport Review will be edited by Luis Felipe de Oliveira. Watch this exclusive interview to find out more.
Pittsburgh International Airport has announced a new phase of their ongoing partnership with CNX Resources Corporation, aimed at further reducing carbon emissions and costs for the transportation industry.
Airports Council International Europe has revealed an upwards in its passenger traffic forecast for the year 2022 and beyond, with a base case for Europe’s airports to fall, 22 per cent below 2019 levels.
Chairman of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, Riivo Tuvike, says the green transition is no passing fad but is here to stay, as the airport further commits to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.
While the travel industry was dealt a major blow in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic, in Salt Lake City the $4.1 billion Airport Redevelopment Project stayed on course. Kevin Staples, Senior Sustainability and Environmental Coordinator for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA), details just how this was achieved,…
Luis Felipe de Oliveira is the first ever guest Editor of International Airport Review and will be addressing the key themes which are most important to the airport sector at this time.
The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded more than $608 million to build safer, more accessible airports serving a wide swath of the U.S.
Although there has been an increase in traffic developments during the first quarter of 2022 for Avinor, there is still room for improvement, as passenger volumes are at a level of 60 per cent of normal activity pre-pandemic.
On a recent trip to Farnborough Airport – the birthplace of British aviation – International Airport Review’s Assistant Editor, Lily Mae Pacey sat down with its CEO, Simon Geere. Together they discussed the airport’s recent achievements in sustainability and social responsibility, and how commercial airports can learn a thing or…
Queen Alia International Airport has been awarded the Green Airports Recognition 2022 by Airports Council International Asia-Pacific for pioneering green practices in transitioning towards a more sustainable future.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol explores a European aviation first, with the deployment of sustainable Taxibots to continue the airports journey towards the reduction of aircraft and flight emissions. Wilma van Dijk, Director Safety, Security & Environment at Schiphol Group, explains more.
A new Advanced Air Mobility industry collaboration platform is paving the way for Australian businesses to make their move towards supporting the future of aviation.
At the latest SESAR 3 JU programme, SEA Milan Airports, together with the other key members and European representatives, have committed to a new partnership to accelerate a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable ‘Digital European Sky.’