Air BP has invested in upgrades to its fuel infrastructure at Dolvik terminal in Norway. The newly-upgraded terminal, which has the capacity to store eight million litres of aviation fuel, will deliver Jet A-1 via pipeline to Norway’s second-largest airport, Bergen. The investment will result in a more efficient, lower carbon fuel supply for customers.
Technological innovation is already beginning to transform some elements of the air travel experience. How can airport executives harness the latest technology and innovative thinking to improve baggage-handling and ultimately remain competitive? By John Beasley, Airport Development Team Leader, Arup
Fraport AG has joined forces with Lufthansa to co-test a remote-controlled aircraft tug. The e-vehicle is just a third of the size of many conventional tugs, and it can be stationed and charged in a fixed parking position.
The airport market is extremely buoyant – we’ve seen developments, expansions, improved destination routes and a massive increase in footfall. As specialist recruiters in the airport management sector, Foundation Recruitment has witnessed the steep increase in demand for talent, and what’s been interesting is the different backgrounds and experience sought after for these vacancies. By Alexandra Rowbottom, Director at Foundation Recruitment
Avinor has partnered with IDeaS Revenue Solutions to optimise revenue growth for its 11 car parks and more than 20,000 parking spaces at Oslo Airport. This strategy will create a better experience for the growing number of travellers and customers will receive more dynamic pricing on Avinor’s pre-book solution, with prices regulated based on actual demand.