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All articles by Chris Lo

  1. Airport slot suspensions: easing the pressure for ailing airlines amid Covid-19

    For decades, the world’s busiest airports have used slot allocation to make sure precious slots for take-offs and landings are…
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    2 Apr
  2. Scrubbing up: airport hand hygiene could slow pandemics

    Just before Christmas 2019, an international team of academics published a study in the journal Risk Analysis on the role…
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    26 Mar
  3. Covid-19: airports worldwide are feeling the strain

    More than three months after the first case was reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan, coronavirus panic continues to…
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    5 Mar
  4. Liberating liquids: CT tech drives airport security investment

    It’s been 13 years since UK police uncovered a terrorist plot to attack transatlantic flights using peroxide-based liquid explosives. The…
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    12 Nov
  5. High flyers: legal cannabis creates grey area for US airports

    Is cannabis legal in the US? Anyone even vaguely familiar with the topic knows this is a more complex question…
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    7 Nov
  6. Where pilots fear to land: the world’s trickiest airport runways

    As any experienced pilot will know, not all takeoffs and landings are created equal. There are numerous factors that can…
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    15 Aug
  7. Farewell to the flag: is the era of the national airline over?

    National flag carrier airlines – a somewhat nebulous term today, but originally describing government-owned airlines in the early years of…
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    24 Jun
  8. Snowed under: US airports’ winter woes

    Many Americans first became familiar with the term ‘polar vortex’ in the winter of 2014, when the north polar vortex…
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    5 Jun
  9. Second sight: ensuring blind passengers aren’t left in the dark

    For a person living with blindness or visual impairment, stepping into an unfamiliar area without assistance is a great leap…
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    9 May
  10. Flight risk: how does the EU Air Safety List work?

    In many ways, the modern world was invented in the aftermath of the Second World War. The post-war years saw…
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    22 Aug
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