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The new appointee will be responsible for managing Emirates Group’s associate relationships, as well as other operations
SESAR partners successfully validate solution to delegate air traffic services
ENAIRE launches cross-industry task force, GO-DRON.
The Department of Homeland security is funding the new scheme which is being carried out by California-based firm Deep North
The airport will become the world’s first to use the autonomous and remotely controlled passenger bridges
The airline hopes the technology will enable it to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions
The aim of the remodelling was to create a better experience for passengers, with the incorporation of more space and natural surroundings
The WALLIX Bastion platform is set to provide an improved data protection service, whilst tightening security
The HI-SCAN 145180-2is pro has been installed with an efficient inspection system to enhance operations
This marks the latest milestone in the ground handling company’s refurbishment of the complex
The assistance services and oversize baggage check-in counters were previously operated by an external supplier
Six airports in the North of England have written a letter to Boris Johnson outlining potential recovery initiatives
Focus on what matters to your stakeholders by leveraging trusted partnerships to deliver safety-compliant control centre solutions, networks support solutions and services.
Airports International conducted an online survey on behalf of Hitachi Vantara in July 2020, in order to understand the industry’s view on recovery from the pandemic and the use of technology to provide an enhanced ...
The evolution of the modern airport, and the way in which their operators conduct business, was well underway even before the global pandemic struck earlier in the year.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, there was little importance placed on hand sanitizing outside of hospitals, surgeries and other healthcare centres
Drones are proliferating throughout the world’s airspace, making them impossible to ignore. As their numbers rise, the importance of finding a way for them to safely coexist with manned aircraft is growing increasingly urgent.