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Taking Airport Carbon Accreditation to a higher level

Despite the downturn in the aviation sector, the sector continues taking actions against the climate change. Since March this year 29 airports joined the program for the first time and a further 22 achieved new levels of accreditation. At the To70 offices around the globe,...

When an Aeronautical Study Saves Money

Designing an aerodrome that complies with the Annex 14 and PANS-OPS limitation rules on obstacle surfaces can be a complex – and potentially very expensive – exercise, especially near big cities or in mountainous regions. Even less-populated areas can present problems with electricity masts or...

Lamia crash: a reminder on everyone’s role in flight safety

Bolivian charter flight LaMia 2399 crashed short of the runway in Colombia on 28 November, turning a Brazilian underdog dream of a football championship into tragedy as 71 players, journalists and crew died. For the aviation industry, the crash has prompted discussion about flight safety...