The new issue of Airport Industry Review is out now!
Making aviation more sustainable is a across the sector, from airlines looking for more sustainable fuel to manufacturers trying to push technology to its limits. In our cover story this issue, we learn about NASA’s SABERS research project, aimed at developing solid-state battery technology for aviation.
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Elsewhere, with COP28 underway this month we take a look at tourism’s impact on the environment – even though the UN seems to be ignoring it.
We also look into developing new alternative fuels, list the ten biggest airline sponsorships in the football world, and speak to the President of the United MEC President about the struggle of negotiating a new deal for flight attendants.
As the year comes to a close, we take our annual look ahead to the coming year, highlighting what we predict the key themes will be in the aviation sector over the next twelve months.
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In this issue
SABERS: advanced battery technology for electric flight
Keri Allan explores how the US-based SABERS initiative is advancing battery technology to support electric flight.
COP28: is the UN climate process ignoring the tourism sector?
Tourism is a frequent climate punching bag for politicians and activists, yet there are no speakers from the sector scheduled for COP28 in Dubai. Dave Keating reports.
“Difficult to abate”: the growth of new fuels in aviation and shipping
Decarbonising the aviation and shipping industries remains difficult, but legislation could reduce carbon emissions significantly. Smruthi Nadig reports.
Top 10: the biggest airline sponsorships in football
Football is an incredibly lucrative sector and airlines are among those hoping to benefit. Noah Bovenizer looks at the ten biggest sponsorships in the sport.
Industry predictions: what’s in store for 2024?
Peter Nilson finds out what industry experts are predicting will be the key themes in aviation over the coming year.
“Flight attendants are very angry”: United Airlines MEC President
Noah Bovenizer speaks to Ken Diaz, MEC President for United at the AFA, about the struggle the flight attendants’ union has been facing during negotiations with the airline.
Next issue preview
Next issue, we take a deep dive into the retail and commerce category as we profile some of the latest retail revamps at airports.
Elsewhere, we also look into the latest developments when it comes to safety and security at airports, from passenger management systems to biometric solutions.
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