INFORM – How to do the Planning for Flight Operation these Days

A prerequisite for a return to flight operations is that the flights and the associated turnaround processes are feasible at all.

The current days are the most challenging ones for aviation. The crisis includes by far not only health aspects, but also profound changes, especially in transportation related areas.

INFORM – Combining AI and Telematics Optimizes Cargo Handling Process

For ground handlers, a longstanding challenge has been keeping track of their containers and unit load devices (ULDs) and dollies.

Champion Door News

12th November 2019 – Check Out The latest Update From Champion Door

Airport NewsBirmingham Airport To Be Carbon Neutral By 2033

11th November 2019 – Birmingham Airport has focused on turning into a net-zero carbon air terminal constantly 2033, organizing zero-carbon tasks and limiting carbon balances.

Airport News2 Hours Before Your Next Flight? Get Learning!

28th October 2019 – Manchester Airport has reported designs to build up another instruction focus nearby, offering schoolchildren the opportunity to find progressively about their neighborhood air terminal, which is planned to dispatch in 2020.

Airport NewsResearch Shows Waiting Area Heavily Effects Customer Happiness

28th October 2019 – “Air terminals ceaselessly endeavor to improve client experience as travelers are requesting more elevated levels of administration”

Drones Being Used For Security Checks

23rd October 2019 – Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has utilized an exceptionally specific automaton to direct runway wellbeing examinations as the air terminal keeps on being a pioneer in the developing innovation.

Manchester Airport Worst In the UK For Security Named By Which?

16th October 2019 – Another report from Which? Travel distinguishes Manchester and Belfast International air terminals to have the longest security line times of air terminals in the UK.

AIS Q and A

18th September 2019 – The initial inspiration for the formation of AIS came from a combination of a passion for flying, particularly for general aviation coupled with previous experience in running a software business. Formed in 1990 AIS has a proud history of serving the airport industry, delivering solutions to over 35 airports in its almost 30 year’s in business.

New Reconstruction Of Runway At San Francisco Airport

11th September 2019 -As soon as the runway was closed construction crews immediately began the process of removing the existing runway layers to create a new base layer below the surface. The runway is expected to reopen at the end of September 2019. The project is federally-funded with the total cost expected to be in excess of $16 million.

Increased Awareness Of The Get On Board Campaign At Bristol Airport

10th September 2019 -Travelers going through Bristol Airport will presently know about another program entitled Get On Board.The activity will help bring issues to light of the genuine ramifications of troublesome conduct at the air terminal or on board a flying craft.

airport newsSingle-Use Plastic Removed From 20 Airports By AAI

9th September 2019 – As a component of activities towards condition insurance, a responsibility has been made by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to include 20 extra AAI air terminals as ‘Single-Use Plastic Free Airport Terminals’ inside 100 days after development of the new government.

airport newsNew Bid For Hobart Airport Placed By VINCI

6th September 2019 – VINCI Airports is getting ready to offer on Macquarie Global Infrastructure Fund III stake in Hobart International Airport. The stake is for 50.1 percent of the air terminal, which is thought to cost roughly AU$500 million (€308 million).

airport newsTwo Projects Successfully Completed By Trail Regional Airport

30th August 2019 – The Honorable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defense and Member of Parliament for Vancouver South, for the benefit of the Honorable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, has visited the Trail Regional Airport to feature the ongoing finish of two security improvement ventures – the restoration of the airside asphalt and the buy of a runway condition detailing framework.

Airport NewsCarbon Neutral Accolade Awarded To Quito International Airport

29th August 2019 – On account of Corporación Quiport’s drive and the board, Quito International Airport has arrived at carbon lack of bias in the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program, which was made by ACI World and is in fact embraced by the United Nations, ICAO, the World Bank and the U.S. FAA.

Airport NewsBudapest Airport Hosts E-commerce Workshop To Boost Local Community

28th August 2019 – Budapest Airport (BUD), as a team with AirBridgeCargo Airlines, has sorted out workshop occasions in Shanghai and Hong Kong for delegates from Chinese air load and internet business organizations.

Airport NewsSubstantial Growth Continues For Christchurch Airport

27th August 2019 – Barring the effect of reasonable worth gains on venture properties, hidden benefit before expense for the year was $66.9 million against $57.2 million for FY18 (+17 percent).


Airport NewsIATA Suggests Aviation Is Crucial For Jobs In Switzerland

23rd August 2019 – IATA has discharged examination demonstrating that the intensity of Switzerland’s air transport part could produce an extra 36,000 occupations and about €11 billion in additional GDP for the country’s economy by 2037.


Belfast Airport Find New Solutions To Optimising Airport Solutions

22nd August 2019 – Belfast Airport has executed income the executives and traveler commitment arrangements into the activities of the air terminal in an offer to help productivity and traveler fulfillment.

Productivity and coordination are vital to supporting anticipated limit

21st August 2019 – With limit set to proceed with its solid development in the Asia-Pacific area, ACI features the significance of proficiency, ensuring existing framework and contributing where is fundamental.

Seating Capacity Increased By 10% At Malta Airport

20th August 2019 – Malta International Airport has opened another seating region at takeoffs, as a component of its nonstop endeavors to further upgrade the traveler experience all through the terminal.

More Concerns Around Heathrow’s Third Runway

19th August 2019 – The London Assembly has presented a reaction to Heathrow Airport’s extension interview.

Airport News

Constant Concerns Grow About The Effect Airlines Have On The Environment

16th August 2019 – As per new research, a sum of 60 percent of those solicited as part from NATS’ Aviation Index needed to see diminishing discharges made the top need for the aeronautics business, an expansion of eight rate focuses on the earlier year.

New Airport Project – Frankfurt

15th August 2019 – Frankfurt Airport has laid the foundation for its new Terminal 3, the advantages of which administrator, Fraport, cases will be felt over the entire of Germany.

Hong Kong Flights Re-Open After New Security Protocols

14th August 2019 – Hong Kong airplane terminal has continued tasks following a night of disorder which saw protestors conflict with mob police. Several flights were dropped on Tuesday after protestors overflowed the terminal structures.

London Airport receives 2nd living wage accolade

13th August 2019 – London City Airport has turned into the principal airplane terminal in the UK to embrace both the London Living Wage and the Mayor of London’s Good Work Standard to help neighborhood laborers.

Global Air Cargo Struggling In Poor Economic Demand

12th August 2019 – Asia-Pacific aircrafts saw interest for airship cargo contract by 5.4 percent in June 2019, contrasted with a similar period in 2018.

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No trains to Newcastle International Airport

9th August 2019 – If are heading to or from Newcastle International Airport this weekend, you may need to make different travel plans.

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Lasers shone at Pilots landing aircraft at Glasgow Airport

8th August 2019 – Pilots who landed aircraft at Glasgow Airport were left no choice but to take evasive action when landing in order to protect their vision after they were targeted by a currently unknown source, with lasers.

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Gatwick Airport Strike – Passengers to face ‘considerable delays’

7th August 2019 – Gatwick Airport travelers are set to face ‘considerable delays’ after workers casted a ballot to take to the streets.


5th August 2019 – London Luton Airport (LLA) has started a new trial which will see drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) advantage from diminished drop-off and pick-up charges.

airport networkUK CAA and Isle of Man have signed a new aviation agreement

2nd August 2019 – The new agreement between the UK and the Isle of Man will aim to bring clarity to operators and regulators in both areas.

airport networkJost Lammers is set to succeed Kerkloh as CEO of Munich Airport

1st August 2019 – With Michael Kerkloh’s tenure at Munich Airport ending in just a few months, the board have announced that Jost Lammers will take charge in January of 2020.

airport networkConstruction at Schiphol’s new Pier A reaches milestone

31st July 2019 – The highest point has been reached in the construction of a new Pier A at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Airport uses CCTV to check queue complaints

30th July 2019 – AIRPORT authorities used CCTV to check the validity of customer complaints about long waits at security.

airport networkExtinction Rebellion call off planned disruption at Heathrow Airport

29th July 2019 – Extinction Rebellion have released a statement in which they have called off the proposed action at Heathrow following a new alliance with XR Youth.



Kempegowda Airport launches biometric boarding solution

26th July 2019 – Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru (BLR) in Bangalore, India has introduced a fully biometric-based self-boarding solution for a seamless flow from registration to boarding.



San Francisco airport unveils Harvey Milk Terminal 1

25th July 2019 – San Francisco International airport has unveiled its reflagged Harvey Milk Terminal 1, named after California’s first openly gay elected public official who was assassinated in 1978.



Bristol Airport unveils accelerated plans to become carbon neutral by 2025

24th July 2019 – Bristol Airport aims to be carbon neutral by 2025, five years ahead of its initial target.


Gatwick Airport to bring standby runway into routine use

23rd July 2019 – London Gatwick Airport has released its final master plan for the future and has revealed plans to routinely use an existing standby runway by mid-2020.




22nd July 2019 – ACI Europe has reacted with dismay today to the call by an environmental group for the closure of all small regional airports across Europe unable to achieve profitability within a five-year period.

DXB installs region’s largest airport solar energy system

16th July 2019 – Dubai Airports and Etihad Energy Services Company (Etihad ESCO) have installed a solar energy system comprising 15,000 photovoltaic panels at Terminal 2 of Dubai International Airport (DXB).



Air France-KLM to pilot biometric boarding at two US airports

15th July 2019 – Franco-Dutch airline holding company Air France-KLM will start testing biometric boarding using facial recognition technology at two airports in the US.



NEC to provide customs procedure system with face recognition for six major airports in Japan

12th July 2019 – NEC Corp has announced an order from Japan Customs, under the Ministry of Finance…



Missile attack disrupts air traffic at Tripoli’s only functioning airport

10th July 2019 – TRIPOLI: The Libyan capital’s only functioning airport, Mitiga, temporary halted air traffic on Sunday after the facility was struck by missiles…



OmniServ lands new PRM contract at Liverpool John Lennon Airport

9th July 2019 – Omniserv, a UK airport service provider and a subsidiary of ABM, has secured a new multi-year contract for the provision of services for passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), following a successful re-tender bid.



Mitsubishi takes part in Mongolian airport project

8th July 2019 – Mitsubishi is participating in new Ulaanbaatar International Airport (NUBIA) operation project in Mongolia.



Austro Control and DLR work on wake vortex project at Vienna Airport

5th July 2019 – Austro Control and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are working on a project designed to reduce wake turbulence during landing approaches at Vienna International Airport.


Porr wins contract to overhaul runway at Henri Coanda Airport

4th July 2019 – Japan’s Sendai Airport is set to start a trial of Bespoke’s artificial intelligence (AI) powered chatbot adviser Bebot for a period of three months to serve travellers who speak English.


Sendai Airport trials AI-powered chatbot to help English-speaking travellers

3rd July 2019 – Travelling around Japan without being able to speak Japanese can be difficult, as English proficiency in the country tends to be low, particularly outside of the capital Tokyo.


Swissport opens second air cargo facility at Vienna Airport

2nd July 2019 – Swissport International has opened its second air cargo warehouse at Vienna International Airport.



Airport Network News

Fraport Greece unveils new design of Mykonos Airport

1st July 2019 – Due to be completed by 2021, the €25 million investment in Mykonos Airport combines traditional Cycladic architecture with a modern airport environment.


London City Airport check in with smart and sustainable microgrid

28th June 2019 – UK Power Networks Services and London City Airport have plans to install renewable and sustainable energy technologies to ensure the long term resilience and operational excellence of the airport.


Airways New Zealand opens advanced air traffic control (ATC) simulation facility in Beirut, Lebanon

27th June 2019 – In a milestone ceremony held in Beirut yesterday, Airways New Zealand and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Lebanon officially opened an advanced air traffic control (ATC) simulation facility – future-proofing ATC training in Lebanon for decades to come.

Iceland airport pilots BorderXpress kiosks to enhance security

26th June 2019 – Today, the implementation of four kiosks took place at Keflavik International Airport (KEF) in Iceland.

DFW International Airport partners with Vanderlande on autonomous vehicle solution FLEET

25th June 2019 – Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport is using innovative technology to help its customers with more seamless transfers, by introducing Vanderlande’s autonomous vehicle solution FLEET, in the recheck area in Terminal D.