Operations

Occurrence Reporting – a key driver for a data-driven approach to future safety initiatives

Occurrence Reporting – a key driver for a data-driven approach to future safety initiatives

The Occurrence Reporting regulation in the EU has been in place for a number of years. However, implementation and practices vary significantly across EASA’s 32 member states. Almost 100 representatives of airports, airlines, and national aviation authorities gathered at Frankfurt Airport on 14 June for a one-day workshop to share their views and questions on Occurrence Reporting. By John Franklin

Airports in the News – Autumn 2018

Airports in the News – Autumn 2018

A snapshot of stories from around Europe.

How inconsistent CO2-valuations may distort airport competition

How inconsistent CO2-valuations may distort airport competition

By Rogier Lieshout, Head of the Aviation Department at SEO Amsterdam Economics

Enabling smoother, safer, more efficient operations

Enabling smoother, safer, more efficient operations

Marta Dimitrova speaks to Christian Onselaere, CEO ADB SAFEGATE, as the company expands its portfolio of intelligent solutions at Hamburg Airport.

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.