London City Airport has become the first airport in the UK to adopt both the London Living Wage and the Mayor of London’s Good Work Standard to support local workers.
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Samantha Saunders, Head of Innovation & Regulatory Compliance at OmniServ, offers up her opinion on why we need to consider changing both how airport suppliers train not just staff helping passengers with reduced mobility (PRM), but all other airport teams, in order to drive an attitude change in how assistance…
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.
The development of dynamic aviation technology and continued industry growth demands tailored and multidisciplinary training.
Scott Douglas has been appointed new Executive General Manager, Property, of Brisbane Airport Corporation from August 2019.
The UK has appointed a new prime minister and with it a new Tory cabinet, but what does this mean for their respective departments?
International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan, explored the career path of Hermes Airports Ltd.’s CEO, investigating her time as a female in aviation, and her perception of the industry now.
Travel over the summer at the UK's only hub airport could face disruption following the news that more then 4,000 workers plan to walk out over a pay dispute.
More than 38,000 people are employed at Munich Airport, Bavaria's air transportation hub, and this figure shows no sign of slowing down any time soon.
Perez has over 20 years' experience in airline, strategy and commercial management roles and a deep understanding of travel, trade and route development.
Adrian Cameron, Airport Duty Manager at Southampton Airport, tells us how and why he developed the CARE programme, and how to battle the stigma surrounding mental health.
An advanced air traffic control training facility has opened in Beirut, Lebanon which uses pioneering simulation technology developed by Airways New Zealand.
In an exclusive video interview with Chris Woodroofe, International Airport Review’s Editor, Tara Nolan, discusses the COO’s career path, how the Gatwick community has been brought together and the strategy that is in place for the forthcoming decade.
To help tackle the skilled-workforce shortages that are predicted, the AAA launches a mentoring programme focused on sharing expertise with the next generation of airport professionals.