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  • Flying into the Future

    New technology and wider collaboration are the only way to manage increasing air traffic. Additionally, national defence requirements need to be incorporated, says Marion Blakey, FAA administrator.

  • Going for Gold

    As air travel steadily grows, Vancouver International Airport is implementing an expansion and improvement programme. This will coincide with the Winter Olympics in 2010.

  • Good Housekeeping

    Asset management will be vital for success at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, following large-scale investment. Don Alarie and Tim Nevins explain how the Greater Toronto Airports Authority is handling this...

  • Integrated Transport Leading the Way

    The growing pressure on transport systems and infrastructure in Europe demands a coordinated response from all networks. In France, such an integrated approach is actively being pursued, and Aeroports de...

  • Investing in Crew Management

    Cathay Pacific will not be celebrating its 60th anniversary with its new crew management software. But Cathay Pacific’s Chris Hoyland believes the wait will have been worth it. He tells...

  • Keeping IT in Order

    Managing the IT systems for a major European airport, as well as the 520 or so businesses operating there. This is just a normal day's work for the Munich International...

  • Making Passenger Flights Even Safer

    With aviation safety at an all-time high there does not seem to be much room for improvement. Nicholas A Sabatini, associate administrator for aviation safety at the FAA, begs to...

  • Accommodating the Airbus A380

    The new Airbus A380 is set to launch a new era in air transport. It benefits from its greater capacity and the ability to fly longer distances non-stop. Only airports...

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