GHI Conference underlines value of community connections

GHI Conference underlines the value of community connections

In recent years, despite the continued drive towards digital communication, live events have played an increasing role in aviation’s marketing mix. As such, the COVID-driven cancellation of so many conferences and exhibitions over the past 18 months, although entirely necessary, has been both disappointing and damaging. Many opportunities to meet new people, make new connections[…]

Why digital airport management technology is key to aviation recovery

Why Digital Airport Management Technology is Key to Aviation Recovery

Air travel across Europe is increasing, and while it still has a way to go to reach pre-pandemic levels, the industry is optimistic as recovery figures grow almost daily. Growth is being seen across Europe and by the end of June had already reached more than half (53%) the demand experienced in this period in[…]

A-ICE exhibiting at GHI Conference Copenhagen

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[…]

Optimism in European aviation industry as numbers rise

Optimism in the European aviation industry as numbers rise

Hope turns to optimism in the European aviation industry as the latest figures show strong signs of recovery. This comes as welcome news and comes with predictions of continued growth for the rest of the 3rd quarter, covering the summer months. While this is a breath of fresh air for the industry, it also highlights[…]

US air cargo industry continues to reach for the sky

US air cargo industry continues to reach for the sky

As the international aviation community work towards a responsible and more importantly, sustainable recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is continuing record growth across the air cargo sector. In the US, potential significant government investment looks to encourage expansion, more airlines are adding more freight routes and new initiatives in biometrics will[…]

Surviving the aviation recovery phase

Surviving the Aviation Recovery Phase: a new approach to economics

The aviation industry has experienced a shakedown of an extraordinary scale over the last year. However, industry operators, airlines and professionals are now finding hope on the horizon and taking a fresh look at how to survive the inevitable recovery phase. We take a deeper look into some of the biggest economic challenges facing the[…]

The rise of a socially distanced airport

The rise of a socially distanced airport

With changing regulations and guidelines, travel uncertainty and the ever-present economic pressures, how will the industry handle the first leg of the recovery phase? Find out how airports of all sizes need to plan their approach for both the short and the long-term. As the health crisis took the world by storm, no sector of[…]

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[…]

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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