Miami Airport's nearly 1,400 employees will take part in the Blue Lightning training programme in order to learn how to properly identify and report suspicious behaviour.
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ACI-LAC, ALTA, CANSO and IATA have called for the implementation and adherence to internationally-agreed measures which permit safe air travel during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Managing Director of Munich Airport International’s (MAI) Business Division, spoke to International Airport Review about the key challenges and questions that airports need to address sooner rather than later, highlighting best practices and using Munich International Airport (MUC) as an example.
The Changi Ready Taskforce has been set up to better prepare the air cargo community to meet the logistical demands of vaccine distribution.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority awarded Glasgow Airport with the rating for the second consecutive year as a result of its efforts in supporting PRMs.
The pandemic has had a drastic impact on connectivity, with IATA’s Senior Vice President for Member External Relations stressing that "there are no winners, just some players that suffered fewer injuries."
For International Airport Review’s Winter In-Depth Focus, Denver International Airport details which procedures helped the airport to win the Balchen/Post award.
John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia, New York Stewart International and Teterboro Airports have received the accreditation.
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.
De Juniac will step down from his role at IATA from 31 March 2021, with Willie Walsh set to be recommended to fill the position.
The exercise was undertaken with participation from Hong Kong Airlines and more than 20 organisations and government departments.
Why Performance Based Oversight, SeMS and professionalisation of training are imperative for the aviation sector
Kirsty Wells, SeMS Programme Lead, and Nina Smith, Head of Training and Human Factors at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), discuss the move towards Performance Based Oversight and how SeMS is the stepping stone in achieving this, alongside the professionalisation of training.
ACI has adopted the resolution to support recovery by urging airports to implement best practices for the accommodation of health measures in accordance with global and regional guidance.