The Person of the Year Award aims to recognise outstanding contribution from airport leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Emirates Aviation University (EAU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), supporting the national agenda to promote higher education for UAE national students studying at the university.
The scheme was launched to rebuild passenger confidence in flying.
The FAA launches new software, after reports identify the dangers of laser strikes, to reduce the safety threat imposed on aircrafts, crew, passengers, and communities.
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.
As part of the UK aviation industry's post-COVID-19 recovery plan, the government urges aviation staff to access support through registering for the Aviation Skills Retention Platform (ASRP).
The Targeted Groups subject to the new requirements include those handling high-risk cargo or having unavoidable close-range contact with arrival and transfer or transit passengers, as well as crew members within 1.5m distance without partition or barrier.
According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR) the airport robot market is predicted to grow substantially between 2021 to 2027, at a compound annual growth rate of 16.8 per cent.
The memorandum stipulates that workers are entitled to a lunch break and impose a limit on how many hours they work per day.
Diego Arrosa, CEO of Corporación América in Uruguay, explains to International Airport Review that it is the airport workforce’s adaptability and resiliency which has seen Carrasco International Airport through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has announced that nearly 90 per cent of its staff have already received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.
The NCA warns that furloughed airport and port staff who are returning to work and who have detailed knowledge of controls and processes around the border could be targeted by organised crime groups.