While some commentators have gone so far as to call security on the...
New Zealand's Wellington Airport has temporarily closed its controlled airspace after a drone was seen flying ‘dangerously close’ to the runway.
ErvoCom has chosen a DAMM TetraFlex infrastructure as part of its security communication solution to the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich).
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey started $2.7bn modernisation project for Newark Liberty International Airport, and Bangalore International Airport awarded a Rs30.36bn ($413) contract to L&T’s Buildings & Factories business. Airport-Technology.com wraps up the key headlines from October 2018.
John Wayne Airport (SNA) in the US has installed AirEL’s illuminated identification numbers for on-field operations vehicles to increase their visibility and improve safety for crews working on its dark runway.
While some commentators have gone so far as to call security on the concourse ‘flying’s black hole,’ it’s true that airports around the world are investing more energy and resources in landside security than ever before. Nathalie Herbelles of Airports Council International talks about the multi-layered approach being taken to protect passengers long before they pass through security.
Airport operator and manager Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) broke ground on the construction of its flagship project (Terminal 3) at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in March 2016.
A ban introduced last year by the UK Government on transporting electronic devices in the aircraft cabin of flights coming from certain Middle Eastern and North African countries has given the Home Office the opportunity to launch a competition to find new technologies to detect explosives in electronic devices. The most innovative technologies were recently showcased in London.
Earlier this year, cybersecurity experts Coronet published a report ranking the US airports where passengers are most likely to be hacked if they sign in via a public Wi-Fi network. But just how risky is it to connect to public Wi-Fi in an airport? Elliot Gardner finds out more.
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