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Analysis

  • The Security Challenge

    We must balance the need for watertight security with the desire to make airports as passenger friendly as possible. Jean-Louis Blanchou, of Aéroports de Paris (ADP), explains how this may...

  • Brighter Outlook for Weather Data

    As air traffic increases, weather information provided by meteorological services will play a crucial safety role. Olli Marius Turpeinen of ICAO talks to Jim Banks about how this information will...

  • Adapting to Survive: An Industry Overview

    The air transport industry is responding to intense pressure with innovations and improvements to the way it operates. Pierre Jeanniot, Director General Emeritus, IATA, and Chairman, Thales Canada, Inc reports.

  • Caribbean Airport Development

    Trinidad and Tobago is to spend up to $2bn on its air and sea transport infrastructure. Matt Willey reports on how this will turn it into an international transport hub.

  • Whether to Fly: The Ice Issue

    A new system being introduced in many US airports is able to provide real-time, weather-based information. Huw Kidwell reports on how this will assist airport operators in their de-icing decision...

  • LEDs Light the Way

    Huw Kidwell investigates the latest developments in LED airfield lighting and guidance systems. He predicts a bright future for this robust, low-maintenance technology.

  • Treading Carefully

    The need for a secure grip on the runway in winter conditions is stronger in Canada than in many other countries. Transport Canada’s transportation development centre explains how the coefficient...

  • Take Off for a Low-Cost Airport

    Frankfurt-Hahn appears to be achieving its targets for growth in the drive towards profitability. Future Airport looks at the figures from the German airport catering to low-cost airlines and cargo...

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