For International Airport Review’s Winter In-Depth Focus, Denver International Airport details which procedures helped the airport to win the Balchen/Post award.
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Within the Winter Operations In-Depth Focus, International Airport Review spoke to Dr. Andreas Brück from Clariant Produkte to source some suggestions for airports regarding how to manage the storage of de-icing fluids efficiently.
Daniel Lütscher, Head of Fraport AG’s Infrastructure – Airport Facilities and Area Services Department, details how Frankfurt Airport has adapted its winter training due to new challenges.
Jarmo Pyhäjärvi, Director of Ivalo Airport, details how Finavia’s most northern airport handles the winter season.
The decision to close runway 1 at Helsinki Airport for six months is a result of significantly reduced flight numbers due to strict travel restrictions.
12 August 2020 | By Veovo
During this webinar Martin Bowman, Deloitte’s Director of Aviation Digital Assets, looked at the far-reaching implications of COVID-19 on operational planning. He also explored what new approaches will be needed to adapt to a world where constraints are higher and uncertainty is prevalent. Veovo CEO, James Williamson, considered the ingredients…
James Shapland, the Met Office’s Aviation Operations Manager, explains how the Met Office works with airports to ensure operations run smoothly during the challenging winter period.
Johan Juujärvi, Manager of Rovaniemi Airport, spoke to International Airport Review regarding the procedures that are in place to tackle winter weather at Finland’s third busiest airport.
At Prague Airport, blankets of snow often cover the runway and could pose challenges to plane movements. International Airport Review spoke with Pavel Rejlek, Manager of Airfield Maintenance and Operation at Prague Airport, to see how the airport deals with such an unpredictable challenge.
The new filtration system will enable Edmonton Airport to remove de-icing fluid from accumulated airport storm runoff during the spring and summer of 2020.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Bettina Ganghofer discusses how the future of aviation needs to become more sustainable in order to continue future growth.
The new de-icing pad will reduce emissions at the airport by 160 tonnes a year; equivalent to 209 acres of forest absorbing carbon in the same time frame.