Monthly Archives: June 2017

Record year of investment takes Gatwick Airport past 45 million passenger milestone

Gatwick Airport has published its results for the year ended 31 March 2017 as the airport smashed through the 45 million annual passengers milestone. Gatwick has also just completed the biggest year of investment in the airport’s history as it continues to deliver on its ambitious plans for growth. The airport’s annual results published today, […]

London City Airport announces Robert Sinclair to replace Declan Collier as CEO

London City Airport today announced that following an international search and selection process that Robert Sinclair will be appointed as CEO of London City Airport to replace Declan Collier who is stepping down. Currently, Mr Sinclair is the CEO of Bristol Airport where he has held the position since 2008. During this time Bristol Airport […]

Gatwick Airport recognised by RoSPA with three big awards

Gatwick Airport has won three awards for the first time at the annual Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) awards ceremony, recognising the airport’s commitment to environment, health and safety (EHS) initiatives. For the first time, the airport’s construction team was recognised with a ‘Highly Commended’ in the Industry Sector Award category for […]

Jersey Air Traffic Services gains first ever ANSP Certificate issued directly by EASA

Following a range of intensive safety, quality and training audits, Jersey’s Air Traffic Services have achieved certification of its services as an Air Navigation Services Provider (ANSP) by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). This is a significant milestone for both EASA and Jersey’s Air Traffic Services as Jersey is the first airport directly certified […]

CAG to trial commercial flights at Changi Airport T4

Changi Airport Group (CAG) has entered into the next phase of operational readiness trials for the newly renovated Terminal 4 (T4) facility at Changi Airport in Singapore. The airport recently used volunteers to play the role of passengers to test airport systems and processes, and it now plans to introduce commercial flights from participating airlines. […]

İstanbul New Airport at the centre of the “aerial” Silk Road

Cracking the door open for the aviation of the future, agreements for İstanbul New Airport in different branches of business from cargo to ground services and retail are being signed. The airport, which will serve around 100 airlines companies, will build up an “aerial” Silk Road. The name “Silk Road” comes from a historical network of trade […]

Safe, Secure cities: IFSEC India Expo’s advocacy for the industry – South Asia’s largest security and surveillance expo by UBM India

The International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) India Expo, South Asia’s largest security, civil protection and fire safety show by UBM India, is gearing up for its 11th edition between December 6-8 at  New Delhi, later this year. The show brings together internationally renowned exhibitors, consultants, business experts and key government officials under […]

Helsinki Airport goes solar energy – Finavia supports the international climate agreement through its climate programme

Finavia has decided to speed up its ambitious climate programme. The aim is to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions caused by the operations of all of the company’s 21 airports to zero by 2020. Through its airport network, Finavia is a key party to the commitment of European airport companies to have 100 carbon-neutral airports in […]

Gatwick joins six other airports for first ever international airport ‘hackathon’

Gatwick Airport is supporting the first ever international airport ‘hackathon’, which will challenge programmers and computer coders to improve passengers’ travel experience by developing innovative ideas for new apps over a period of 48 hours. Gatwick will share flight and waiting time data with the developers to help them with the challenge, alongside six other […]

Auckland Airport announces US$1.3bn infrastructure investment

Auckland Airport is to invest NZ$1.8bn (US$1.3bn) in its aeronautical infrastructure by 2022, transforming the site. Some of the key infrastructure projects planned for delivery between 2018 and 2022 include: expanding and upgrading the international departure experience; providing three more contact gates for international aircraft such as the A380 and B787; building a new domestic […]