The new issue of Airport Industry Review is out now!
Just 4.9% of aviation positions in 2021 were staffed by women, and though that number is an increase on previous years, it’s still a shameful minority. In our cover story, we look at aviation’s gender equality problem and find out what the industry can do in the future to address the balance.
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The climate breakdown is becoming increasingly prevalent across global news, and though the aviation sector has been looking at ways to improve its environmental credentials, rapid progress is required. We look into whether sustainable aviation is really possible, and how emissions reductions will affect future demand for aviation fuels.
Elsewhere, we hear how aircraft electrification will unlock the potential of small airports and potentially transform rural airports into renewable energy hubs, and find out how one drone developer has been contributing to the humanitarian effort in Ukraine.
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In this issue
Aviation has a problem with gender equality
According to ICAO’s April survey on the status of licensed aviation personnel by gender, the number of women holding aviation positions was 4.9% in 2021. Keri Allan explores why this percentage is so low.
How electric planes will revolutionise regional travel
Justin Gerdes argues that electrification will unlock the potential of small airports, decarbonise regional transportation and transform rural airports into renewable energy hubs.
Is sustainable aviation really possible, or is it just hot air?
The aviation industry says that the future of sustainable flight is around the corner. Florence Jones asks if the aviation industry is making promises that it cannot keep.
Why the UK gave “pollution permits” to airlines
Emissions trading extends far beyond oil and gas. Smruthi Nadig takes a look at one of the largest sectors creating Scope 3 emissions for oil and gas, and how emissions reductions will affect future demand for aviation fuels.
What role are drones playing in the Ukraine war?
Cameron Chell, Draganfly CEO and president, talks to Kirstie Pickering about the humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and the potential of drone technology.
Winds of change: the travel sector’s digital transformation
Peter Klayman, VP of business strategy at Bottle Rocket, explains how airlines use digital technologies to meet shifting customer demands.
Harnessing physical security data to transform passenger experience
Jon Hill, transport and public safety account executive at Genetec, explains how physical security data can transform airport operations.
Next issue preview
NASA has been making significant progress in its efforts to make electric planes a viable technology. Researchers at the Solid-state Architecture Batteries for Enhanced Rechargeability and Safety (SABERS) have developed a high-performing battery that can efficiently power an electric aircraft.
Next issue, we take a closer look at the development of batteries for electric flight, the challenges when it comes to safety, and how the technology compares to other power solutions.
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