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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.
By Tara Craig
Part of an AirportLAB experiment since 2021, Alstef’s BagXone has reached the next stage of the pilot
The latest products for the discerning aviation enthusiast ...
Airports globally are recognized as being similar to smart cities, as they focus on delivering improvements to operations, sustainability, experience and business vitality.
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.
SSARM is one of the leading IT systems integrator in Bulgaria and was awarded a major contract to equip Bulgaria's aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions following a tender by the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior last year.
As Egis celebrates 50 years in aviation, we publish a new discussion paper imagining the long-term future of aviation and what relevance air traffic management might have within it.
By Thomas Haynes
Hans and Tom from Key.Aero discuss the happenings of 2020 and look ahead to next year to explore the commercial aviation industry's path to recovery
Before the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, there was little importance placed on hand sanitizing outside of hospitals, surgeries and other healthcare centres
The airports of today are vastly different than they were just a generation ago – and their technological evolution will continue to accelerate.
As civilian air traffic continues to grow, airports must increase efficiency and manage more complex operations, while improving safety and compliance.
The increase in air travel as people get back to their lives and livelihoods will require SARS-CoV-2 testing for the safety of passengers, air travel employees, and countries. Travel restrictions and testing requirements around the world change regularly and without prior notice. Safety plans are fluid and testing should be adaptable to what tomorrow may bring.