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Choose your noise mitigation measures wisely

In this final blog of our series on aircraft noise exposure around Europe’s largest airports, we explore noise mitigation measures and how they could potentially provide immediate improvements for the surrounding communities. The choice of mitigative measures needs to be considered carefully, however.  After all,...

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Aircraft noise: The challenges for authorities

In this second of our three-part series on aircraft noise exposure around Europe’s largest airports, we explore some of the challenges for government authorities in balancing spatial planning and noise mitigation with the economic benefits that come from aviation industry growth. We take a closer...

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Aircraft noise exposure around European airports

Our recent analysis of aircraft noise exposure revealed some important aspects to consider in dealing with the growing attention to negative effects of aviation on the environment. Our Infographic provides interesting insights for Europe’s busiest airports. In this first in a three-part series exploring the challenges,...

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Ramping up airspace capacity – and quickly

It used to be that demand grew steadily toward maximum capacity, then airport infrastructure was expanded, and the cycle could continue. That cycle isn’t likely to play out so smoothly for Australia’s aviation industry this time around. As new airports and runways at Sydney, Brisbane,...

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Fortaleza set to become a major hub for Brazil

Fortaleza Airport should see exponential growth as it becomes an important hub in the northeast of Brazil. The airport’s strategic location makes it a gateway to popular tourist beaches and the Amazon. Fraport, the airport’s new operator, is planning to invest heavily to meet air...

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Will India become an aviation powerhouse?

With double-digit growth for a third consecutive year, India is now arguably the world’s fastest growing aviation market. India’s airport operators, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) will all have their hands full in the...

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A balanced approach to the passenger journey

Improving passenger experience is a hot topic in the aviation industry. Too often, though, it results in the optimisation of a singular efficiency aspect. That approach is simply too narrow to improve overall passenger satisfaction. A balanced approach between efficiency and experience that considers the...

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Leveraging technology for aerodrome safety

To handle Singapore’s projected air traffic growth in the next decades, Singapore Changi Airport is undergoing extensive development works on runways and a new terminal. Construction work is being carried out daily near fully operational runways and taxiways. Maintaining the safety of airport operations in...

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To70’s Civil Aviation Safety Review 2017

The past year has been another exceptionally good year for civil aviation safety. With only three fatal accidents to passenger airliners, all involving small turbo-prop planes, 2017 was much better than could reasonably (and statistically) be expected, and was again better than last year’s remarkable...

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The challenge of preventing aviation security threats efficiently

As those looking to cause harm are getting more creative, and the aviation security regulations to stop them more numerous, the complexity and cost of threat prevention for airport operators expands exponentially. Better technology can help improve security, but it can also have disadvantages. The...