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Ground Operators Increased Demand on Sanitation and Other Advanced Technologies

Over the past few months, IATA has issued a number of guidelines for aviation stakeholders. One of which, the ground handlers that serves as the backbones of the industry. Various recommendations on passenger check in, transfer, gate handling, baggage and cargo handling, ramp handling, ULD handling, aircraft cleaning as well as catering handling has been […]

Summer Getaway Takes Off At London City Airport

  International flights resume from the central London airport Friday Massive demand for BA CityFlyer European routes to Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Málaga and Florence Popular flights to holiday destinations some of the first under the Government’s ‘Travel Corridors’ policy Friday 10th July, 2020 International flights have resumed today from London’s most central airport, as […]

European aviation criticizes governments for disjointed approach to restrictions

Airlines and airports in Europe are unhappy with the way countries across the EU are diverging in their approach to reopening borders. According to a joint statement by ACI Europe and the Airlines for Europe (A4E) organization, despite agreeing at EU Council level to a scientific-based approach and endorsing their own recommendations just one week […]

CANSO partnership gives free access to ATC simulation

CANSO PARTNERSHIP GIVES FREE ACCESS TO ATC SIMULATION. Micro Nav and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) have today announced a partnership to support CANSO’s ANSPs Members for a best prepared restart of air traffic services. This partnership sees Micro Nav making the full capabilities of their ATC radar and tower simulator available as […]

Jinan Airport becomes Airbus secure hybrid network user

Airbus is to supply secure communications technology, including its notable communication and collaboration platform and application Tactilon Agnet, to simplify operations and provide extended network coverage Elancourt, 9th July 2020 – Airbus has been selected to provide Jinan airport with an array of mission critical products and solutions to upgrade the existing Airbus Tetra system […]

Lithuanian Airports regain their tempo: within the last months the number of passengers and flights increased rapidly

The three international airports of Lithuania summarised the results of the second quarter and rejoiced that the passenger aviation is returning to the usual pace. After the stressful period which was created by the pandemics caused by COVID-19, every day the airports provide services to more and more persons who want to travel, while the […]

Report outlines passengers’ Covid-19 concerns

A recent report commissioned by Gensler, a global design firm, and View, a smart glass company, titled Readying for take-off: Restoring passenger confidence through airport health, shows that for the majority (71%) of passengers, personal health is a greater priority than it was four months ago. The survey consisted of 970 people across the USA and […]

ACI LAC congratulates the Ecuadorian Government for the successful reactivation of air passenger transport

It has been one month since the reactivation of international and domestic passenger operations in Ecuador, where protocols and health protection measures are being applied to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) has been closely monitoring this process in Ecuador, which is the first country in the […]

EVEN TRAINS CAN FLY

Antonov Airlines flew two sections of maglev trains in a single flight, providing air delivery from place of their production in Germany to end-user in China Kyiv, Ukraine, 30th June 2020 – Antonov Airlines has completed unique cargo delivery of two Max Bögl TSB maglev trains from Munich, Germany to their customer Chengdu Xinzhu Road & Bridge […]