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25 February 2017
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Press Releases

Estonia Contracts COMSOFT Solutions for Major AIM Upgrade
Comsoft Solutions will provide Estonia with a SWIM-ready AIM solution facilitating the next steps in the ICAO AIS to AIM roadmap.

Vanderlande Closes the Loop at Eindhoven Airport
Working in conjunction with Eindhoven Airport, its suppliers, and remanufacturing and recycling companies, Vanderlande wants to reuse parts of the existing baggage handling system at the airport to close the loop on its material cycle instead of parts being discarded.

Leidos Awards SkySoft-ATM Recording Subcontract
Leidos recently awarded a subcontract to SkySoft-ATM under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advanced Technologies & Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) programme.

New Chief Digitalisation Officer at Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics
Effective 1 March 2017, Frauke Heistermann will be the new chief digitalisation officer (CDO) at Siemens Postal, Parcel & Airport Logistics (SPPAL).

OMK Design at Passenger Terminal Expo 2017
OMK's specialist team will be on hand throughout the three-day event to discuss all aspects of seating, including free planning and specification advice.

White Papers

Eezeetags Ensure a Stress-Free Self-Service Bag-Drop Experience
Eezeetags are especially designed for self-tagging applications and can be used in either a one-step self-service bag-drop machine or in a two-step self service bag-drop operation that uses a...

How to Free Up Space in Air Traffic Control Towers
How to Free Up Space in Air Traffic Control...

DESKO Presents the NEPTUN Chrom - the New Standard in Check-In Keyboards
This white paper provides details about DESKO's integrated keyboards, including its water and dust-resistant NEPTUN Chrom solution....

Custom-Built Airport Terminal Project Case Study
Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, East Africa's largest transport hub, experienced devastation back in August 2013 when a fire broke out in the main airport terminal building....

Passenger Queuing Creating Win-Win Solutions
This white paper from Airport Consultancy International showcases surveys and trends that highlight the benefits of increased / decreased passenger queing times at...


Secret Gallery: Vienna Airport celebrates Austrian culture
A new project at Vienna’s International Airport mixes contemporary illustration with traditional motifs in a clash of colour that’s bound to impress incoming passengers.

January's top stories: JFK's $10bn transformation, NY & NJ approves $32bn draft plan
John F Kennedy International Airport to undergo $10bn transformation, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has issued a $32bn draft Capital Plan. Airport-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from January 2017.

Airport Industry Review: Issue 21
In this issue: A new system to track drone movements, updating airport security, transporting pharma products by air, Incheon Airport’s expansion, the challenge of recycling commercial aircraft, and more.

Drone watch: integrating UAV movements into air traffic control
The issues that rogue drones cause for air traffic control are well documented. But, can current systems be rewired to track drone movements and prevent disaster? Airborne Concept and Egis believe they have the answer, and have demonstrated the visualisation of a mini-drone on the screens of the air traffic control system of the French Civil Aviation Authority. Could this system help put drones under the watchful gaze of airport ATC?

Gatwick Airport: turning waste into energy
In November last year, operations began on Gatwick Airport’s pioneering waste processing and biomass generation facility, making it the only airport in the world that can dispose of Category 1 waste – deemed the most hazardous – on site. Rod James takes a closer look.


Syracuse Hancock Airport Revitalisation Project, New York
New York’s Syracuse Hancock International Airport is all set for a major revamp, which will transform the 55-year old airport into a state-of-the-art transportation hub that meets the modern day needs of the travellers.

Terminal 2 Expansion, Kansai International Airport
Kansai International Airport (KIX) in Japan completed the expansion of its Terminal 2 in January 2017. The expansion is the first major development at KIX after its acquisition by Kansai Airports in April 2016.

Tallinn International Airport Expansion
Tallinn International Airport is Estonia's largest airport, located 4km south-east of Tallinn's city centre. Operated by state-owned company AS Tallinna Lennujaam, the airport handled 2.2 million passengers in 2015.

Terminal 1.5, Los Angeles International Airport
Terminal 1.5 is a proposed passenger facility to be developed at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

Terminal B Redevelopment, LaGuardia Airport
As part of New York City's vision to transform LaGuardia International Airport into a world-class transportation hub, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) in the US, together with LaGuardia Gateway Partners (LGP) launched the Terminal B redevelopment project at the airport in June 2016.

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