Munich International Airport and Airbus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enable a marketing turnkey solution to cities and regions invested in developing advanced air mobility ecosystems globally.
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In this special-edition guest edited by none other than Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: workforce, passenger experience, sustainability, accessibility, route development and urban air mobility as well as two supplements on seamless travel and…
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.
Issue 3 2022 of International Airport Review will be edited by Luis Felipe de Oliveira. Watch this exclusive interview to find out more.
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.
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.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: passenger experience, sustainable airports, accessibility, drones, unruly passengers, and ATC/ATM, as well as three supplements on contactless technology, baggage handling and remote digital towers.
Austrian airspace has welcomed a new drone traffic management system to be implemented in 2023, which will ensure that drones continue to travel safely in the future.
Eve UAM, LLC, an Embraer S.A. company, has formed a consortium of leading Urban Air Mobility organisations and technology enablers, to launch operations at Miami International Airport.
Aeroporti di Roma and Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane have signed an agreement to develop sustainable intermodality and integration between both the rail and aviation sectors.
Global Crossing Airlines Group, Inc. has signed an Letter of Intent to order up to 200 of Eve UAM, LLC’s eVTOL aircraft, with deliveries expected to start in 2026.
Both the Federal Aviation Administration and the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority have recognised how eVTOL and other Advanced Air Mobility aircraft will significantly benefit the future of air travel.
Read this exclusive free report from our latest closed-door digital boardroom for C-level airport executives.