Just when everything looked like the long-awaited recovery for aviation was finally starting to pick up steam, “the Virus” had other ideas. But whilst the industry was hit hard in about all facets of businesses, one silver lining may be its effect on digitalization. Ahead of the holiday break, we look at how airports can utilize this to gain competitive advantages in 2022.
Which trends will influence pilot demand and how can the airline industry prepare? If we fade out the corona pandemic for a moment and recall the news about pilot shortage from two years ago, the picture was clear and transparent
Covid-19 has brought aviation to it’s knees. However, in the early days of the pandemic almost a year ago, we knew much less about the virus’ propagation behavior and potential countermeasures than we do today.
Access Control Systems (ACS) play a key role in regulating who gains access to secure buildings as well as high security areas such as airports, hospitals, universities, and production plants.
Technical Control Centers may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of integral parts of operating an airport, but they play a vital role behind the scenes.
We take a look at common challenges construction companies face when commissioning information technology, further we cover three major areas of focus to avoid pain around the time of launch.
When the big opening day of the new airport finally arrives, only the tip of the iceberg is seen by the public, along with the political representatives, airline CEOs and media, lucky enough to attend the opening celebrations.
What is the solution? How can the industry find its feet and regain the trust and confidence of travelers around the globe? How can travel be seamless and hassle free during the time of Covid?
The proceeding article invites senior business, IT, and procurement leaders to rethink the way that they look at, and approach, the purchase of technology.
Who can forget the drone activity at London Gatwick Airport in December 2018, the Christmas plans of approximately 140,000 passengers were ruined. We share our learnings and perspective on this critical topic.