IATA R753 Who is responsible Airline or airport a-ice airport operations

IATA R753 – Who is responsible? Airline or airport?

IATA’s Resolution 753 was implemented in 2018 in a bid to improve the airport baggage tracking system with an ultimate aim to reduce the number of lost and misdirected bags which costs the industry billions of Euros every year. The IATA R753 statement says: ‘IATA Resolution 753 on baggage tracking is intended to encourage airlines[…]

A-ICE Ground Handling Solutions at the 21st Annual GHI Conference

A-ICE Ground Handling Solutions at the 21st Annual GHI Conference

A-ICE is looking ahead to the 21st Ground Handling International (GHI) Conference held in Amsterdam on 4th – 7th November. The GHI Conference offers some of the best networking opportunities and new business opportunities for airlines, ground handlers, airports and market industry suppliers. A-ICE will be there for the 4-day event and we look forward[…]

International Airport Review of Future Airport Investment

International Airport Review of Future Airport Investment: Where will your airport invest?

Ahead of the International Airport Review’s (IAR) Airport IT and Security Conference, scheduled for 25-26 September in London, IAR gathered opinions from 80 international airports to determine key challenges and see which of the latest IT solutions and technologies are currently being investigated for future investment. The published results revealed some interesting insights. Some of[…]

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