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A new era for airport safety in Europe, but not without complications

A new era for airport safety in Europe, but not without complications

The new EASA Aerodrome rules entered fully into force on 1 January 2018. Over 400 European airports have met the highest European safety standards in infrastructure and operational processes. So, what’s next? Ensuring efficient compliance and change management regarding safety regulatory requirements. Report by Panos Spiliotis & Ansgar Sickert.

Airports in the News – Summer 2018

Airports in the News – Summer 2018

A snapshot of stories from around Europe.

Prague Airport signs new partnership agreement with Incheon International Airport Corporation

Prague Airport signs new partnership agreement with Incheon International Airport Corporation

Prague Airport has signed an extensive international partnership agreement with Incheon International Airport to share information and experience in airport operations and development, security improvement and customer experience, sustainable growth and technology trends.

Brussels, Budapest and Billund airports win Routes Europe 2018 Marketing Awards

Brussels, Budapest and Billund airports win Routes Europe 2018 Marketing Awards

Brussels Airport was named the overall winner at this year’s Routes Europe Marketing Awards, with it also taking the over 20 million passengers category. In recognition of its extensive B2B marketing efforts, Budapest Airport was awarded the 4-20 million passengers category, while Billund Airport won in the under four million annual passengers category.

Airports in the news – Spring 2018

Airports in the news – Spring 2018

A snapshot of stories from around Europe.