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GHI Annual Conference: Planning for a flexible future

There is no doubting that the aviation sector has been left shaken and scarred by the pandemic. Nobody saw it coming, nobody could have forecast how devastating it would be, and nobody yet knows the full extent of its impact. Having gone through such a profound and unprecedented experience, it is understandable that the impact[…]

A-ICE Takeoff in 2021 Aviation Events at the Dubai Airport Show

A-ICE Takeoff in 2021 Aviation Events at the Dubai Airport Show

The Dubai Airport Show will go ahead next week (24-26 May 2021), becoming the first physical aviation event to be held since the outbreak of Covid-19. The three-day event marks a milestone for the industry and A-ICE is pleased to be restarting our presence in aviation events there, together with Air Tech Italy. The show[…]

A-ICE helps airport operators boost COVID-19 resilience with low-contact passenger solution

A-ICE helps airport operators boost COVID-19 resilience with low-contact passenger solution

A-ICE, a leading innovator in aviation IT, has launched Smart Proximity Solution (A-SPS), providing airport operators with an integrated approach to support low-contact passenger journeys through the airport terminal. The system provides a cohesive, secure and convenient set of measures to verify that travellers are virus free and help ensure social-distancing measures are maintained throughout[…]

Why aviation's future depends on more than a silver bullet airport operations

Why aviation’s future depends on more than a silver bullet

The civil aviation business is unable to sustain itself economically if there is a requirement to eliminate the sharing of small spaces, either within the airport or the aircraft cabin itself. Our Chairman, Marco Labricciosa Gallese, shares his opinion on “social rapprochement” within civil aviation → read here.

A-ICE helps passenger operators balance safety risks for cargo transportation

A-ICE helps passenger operators balance safety risks for cargo transportation

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to significant upheaval in the aviation industry, grounding nearly all passenger flights across the world. One unexpected consequence of this unprecedented situation is that fleet operators are seeing demand for their spare capacity to be used to transport cargo rather than people, particularly in the case of mail and critical[…]

ERA and A4E Welcome EC Guidelines to Support Vital Cargo Flights

ERA and A4E Welcome EC Guidelines to Support Vital Cargo Flights

The new ‘Facilitating Air Cargo Operations during COVID-19 Outbreak’ guidelines released by the European Commission (EC) at the end of last week have been welcomed by the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) and Airlines for Europe (A4E) to support the continuance of vital cargo flights during the worldwide pandemic. The air cargo sector has been[…]

Italian Government Steps in to Save Alitalia A-ICE Airport operations

Italian Government Steps in to Save Alitalia

The Italian Government has announced its plan to rescue Alitalia (Societá Aerea Italiana), the airline flag carrier of Italy. Operating at a loss from its main hub at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome for more than 11 years, the airline formally comes under the control of the Italian Government this month. Building a new[…]

A Message to our Friends and Customers A-ICE airport operations

A Message to our Friends & Customers

Dear customers and friends, We don’t need to tell you that this is a difficult time – you are no doubt facing significant challenges within your organization as all of us get to grips with the impact of the coronavirus on our daily lives. Over the coming months, technology is clearly going to play a[…]

Turbulence for Airlines Caused by Coronavirus A-ICE

Turbulence for Airlines Caused by Coronavirus

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) causes widespread disruption across the globe, the economic impact on the airlines industry has been significant. IATA announced at the beginning of March that it had doubled its previous estimate of the losses to $63 billion and to $113 billion if the virus continues to spread at the current rate. Just last[…]

Can Your Departure Control System Handle Predicted Passenger Growth

Can Your Departure Control System Handle Predicted Passenger Growth?

The Airport Departure Control System (DCS) forms the backbone of handling operations, whether we’re talking about front-of-house in the terminals and at the gates or behind the scenes with the ground handling teams. As passenger numbers are predicted to continue rising year-on-year at an average rage of around 6%, it won’t be long before the[…]

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