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Micro Nav awarded new installation at AirNav Indonesia
AirNav Indonesia selected Micro Nav to provide a new approach and radar simulator in Jakarta.
The finer details
Even in vast and architecturally striking spaces such as airports, successful and passenger-friendly design often depends on the details: lighting, furniture choices, surface...
Blue skies above, green grass below
Between rushed check-in and gruff security staff, taking a flight is rarely relaxing. Drab airport design that brings to mind a shopping centre in a warehouse hardly helps. But a new...
Stories of disruption caused by illicit drone activity have appeared regularly over recent months. However, despite the technical challenges their presence causes, legitimate drones...
Food for thought
Airport food and beverage (F&B) is a monumental business and there is plenty of room for waste. However, as airport operations continue to expand and passengers become...
Here to help
The most recent report by the UK Civil Aviation Authority shows that, while accessibility at airports remains a challenge for those with mobility issues or disabilities, provisions...
Eye on efficiency
The implementation of satellite communication promises to have a significant impact across air traffic management systems, allowing for increased accuracy, security and efficiency....
Electric vehicles are emerging for a wide variety of airport operations, providing green credentials as well as efficiency. Grace Allen discusses strategies for their introduction...
An international affair
Industry experts from around the world gathered to exchange knowledge on the future of airport innovation at inter airport Europe 2019, held at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany...
Self-bag-drop machines are taking airports by storm, making check-in faster and less stressful. But making the switch to self-service is not always simple, with technical hiccups...
Off to a flying start
The 15th European Route Development Forum will see airline CEOs and industry authorities discuss the most pressing issues facing the aviation community. IATA has predicted that, by...
People first, technology second
HungaroControl release white paper.
Pulkovo Airport increases passenger traffic by 8.2% for the 11 months of 2019
In January-November 2019, Pulkovo St. Petersburg Airport welcomed 18,235,493 passengers, which is 8.2% more than in the same period of 2018.
Lufthansa Consulting wins “Excellent” prize with Air Service Development project for Auckland International Airpor
Awarded again “Best of Consulting” by WirtschaftsWoche, Lufthansa Consulting wins “Excellent” prize with Air Service Development project for Auckland International Airport
Terminal design competition won by Zaha Hadid Architects and Cox Architecture
Zaha Hadid Architects and the Sydney-based Cox Architecture have been named as the winning designers for the terminal precinct at the new Western Sydney International Airport
Drone detection technology to be trialled at Ottawa Airport
The Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority has teamed up with NAV CANADA and QinetiQ Canada to trial technology for the detection of drones
Newark International has longest security wait times
A study by website Upgrade Points has ranked the 25 busiest airports by total passengers boarding in the United States by the time it takes for passengers to get through TSA...
Commitment to airport safety reaffirmed
Airports Council International (ACI) World and Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) have committed to work together on a number of safety issues with the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation
Edinburgh Airport continues to improve accessible facilities
A Changing Places room has opened at Edinburgh airport, providing improved restroom facilities for passengers with physical disabilities and additional needs