Monthly Archives: August 2020

Quito Airport obtains the Airport Health Accreditation granted by the ACI

Quito International Airport obtained the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) granted by the Airports Council International (ACI). The ACI Airport Health Accreditation is based on the recommendations of the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to establish common sanitary measures and is aligned with the best practices of ACI, as well as with the […]

San Diego Airport Authority receives environmental achievement award

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority has been awarded an Environmental Achievement Award by the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA), specifically in the area of outreach, education and communication, for the organization’s Airport Development Plan (ADP). The ADP envisions the replacement of Terminal 1 with a more modern facility and other improvements that enhance the […]

Opportunity for startups to pitch terminal tech

Airport operator AENA, the majority shareholder of London Luton Airport Operations Limited (LLA), has announced the launch of the AENA Ventures program, which will provide funding for startups that develop technology to improve the passenger experience at airports. The program is looking for companies that are developing solutions in the following areas of the passenger […]

PEC Virtual Series returns following Summer success

Following an incredibly successful Summer Series, the organisers of the renowned Passenger Experience Conference (PEC) – have announced that the PEC Virtual Series will return with an eight-part Autumn edition. Free-to-attend, the popular webinar series will run weekly, every Wednesday from 19 August through to 7 October offering professionals from across the cabin interiors and onboard […]

London City Airport Development Programme Update

London City has today provided an update on its Development Programme (CADP), including a decision to temporarily pause the development at the end of this year upon completion of new aircraft stands, a full-length parallel taxiway and new passenger facilities. At the height of the COVID-19 crisis, the airport took the decision to suspend commercial […]

Kaunas Airport adds two Rosenbauer Panther vehicles to its fire rescue fleet

Kaunas Airport, which in the past years has been heavily expanding its infrastructure for MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) activities, has acquired two brand-new fire rescue vehicles. Similar models are in use at some of the world’s busiest airports.     The new vehicles have been purchased for all Lithuanian Airports as part of a fire […]

Increased safety at Canberra Airport with opening of Taxiway Bravo

The Canberra Airport opened Taxiway Bravo today completing a 14-month project to improve aircraft safety and reduce passenger travel times at the region’s international gateway.    Michael Thomson, Head of Aviation Canberra Airport said this is yet another step forward for the airport’s infrastructure.   “Taxiway Bravo aligns with our long term vision as a […]

Lithuanian Airports see a recovery in passenger numbers and routes in July

Reviewing the aviation statistics of July, Lithuanian Airports recorded that the recovery of passenger flows in Lithuania takes place a bit quicker than generally in Europe. Almost 168 thousand passengers travelled via the three airports of the country within the last month of July (while in June – 42.6 thousand).   The statistics of the […]

ServiceTec selected to provide managed IT to Salt Lake City

ServiceTec International, an independent provider of managed IT services for airports and airlines, has been selected by Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) to provide on-site managed airport IT systems support at the new terminal at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). As part of a new, multi-year agreement, ServiceTec will provide support for […]