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All articles by Andrew Tunnicliffe

  1. Airport winter operations: will heated runways ever take off?

    “Delayed”: it’s a word that fills even the most laid-back traveller with dread. If you’re awaiting your flight in the…
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    23 Jun
  2. Departure: inside the ambitious JFK Terminal 4 redevelopment project

    Opened in 1948, John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport is the largest in New York and is seen by many…
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    28 May
  3. Could twin-engine airliners be aviation’s silver bullet?

    The Boeing 747 was a marvel when it was launched at the beginning of the 1970s, and still is today….
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    30 Apr
  4. Is it right to use artificial intelligence in aviation security?

    “Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete and would be superseded.” On the face of it, a…
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    19 Mar
  5. NATS Intelligent Approach: using runways efficiently

    Despite growing concerns over the impact of air travel on the climate, global appetite continues to grow. It is estimated…
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    17 Mar
  6. Better fuels or higher taxes: how should aviation clean up its act?

    With scientists, environmental groups and politicians warning the world faces a climate emergency, pressure continues to build on the booming…
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    21 Jan
  7. IT essentials for airports: where are the weak spots?

    This year, air passengers in Australia were hit with an e-gate glitch causing long delays and forcing Australian Border Force…
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    4 Nov
  8. Trouble in paradise: does Hawaii need a new airports authority?

    It’s a political saga that has been years in the making. However, unlike the fast-paced, dramatic storytelling of TV shows…
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    11 Jul
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