Interviews

EASA spreads its wings: Reaching out to Europe’s airports

EASA spreads its wings: Reaching out to Europe’s airports

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is embracing its new, wider scope, with an inclusive approach that reaches out to all stakeholders. Executive Director Patrick Ky took some time out of the recent EASA-FAA International Aviation Safety Conference for a walk in the Botanical Garden of Brussels, to explain the renewed EASA vision to Amy Hanna.

“Airports can have a different conversation with Ryanair now”

“Airports can have a different conversation with Ryanair now”

Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs talks to Ralph Anker.

Helsinki Airport: The gateway bridging the world

Helsinki Airport: The gateway bridging the world

Finavia’s CEO Kari Savolainen explained to Amy Hanna how Helsinki’s unique geographic positioning, unparalleled connections and exceptional passenger journey set it apart from others on Europe’s aviation landscape.

Malta International committed to "customer experience excellence"

Malta International committed to “customer experience excellence”

Alan Borg was appointed CEO of Malta International Airport in February, becoming the first Maltese to hold the position since the airport was privatised in 2002. Through a variety of roles over the past eight years, he has been a key player in making Malta and the airport better connected. He spoke to Ross Falconer.

Booming Glasgow: City and airport growing together

Booming Glasgow: City and airport growing together

The events of the last year have seen the eyes of the world fixed on Glasgow and, as its tourism industry continues to flourish, its airport is presented with the auspicious opportunity to grow with the city. Amanda McMillan, Managing Director, Glasgow Airport, and CEO, AGS Airports, explained the airport’s strategy to Amy Hanna.