The most important global event in the airport industry’s calendar is only two weeks away – inter airport Europe 2019. ADB SAFEGATE is preparing for this event with a series of world premieres that help raise the bar on airport performance. Visit us on stand 1320, Hall A5 at inter airport Europe in Munich, 8 to 11 October.
TRAINING ACADEMY. ADB SAFEGATE’s Training Academy in the U.S. launched its newly redesigned airfield lighting maintenance seminar. In addition to content changes, including more hands-on training, the seminar now has an interactive format with an engaging aviation motif. “Passengers” received airline tickets that allowed them to “board” the Training Academy plane, which was piloted by Captain Dustin Blackstone and Flight Attendant Mandi Fulk, training team members, who dressed the part to get everyone “on board.”
CSR. The aviation industry has contributed immensely to trends that have reshaped our world and our society – making global travel easier and faster, connecting people, business and communities. The downside to this: the industry’s carbon footprint and impact on the environment. This is where we see ourselves being able to make the biggest difference. Corporate social responsibility is thus intrinsic to ADB SAFEGATE’s business philosophy. Our Corporate Social Responsibility Charter reflects our vision, mission and corporate values, and underscores our commitment to be a responsible global corporate citizen.
VIDEO INTERVIEW. ADB SAFEGATE has a strong presence at the new Beijing Daxing International Airport in China where we cover the whole Airfield Ground Lighting (AGL) and GATE portfolio. In this video, ADB SAFEGATE´s project manager in China, Zeng Zhiming guides us through the airport project. Continue reading
ADB SAFEGATE TRAINING ACADEMY. Do you want to develop your skills in Airfield Ground Lighting or Apron Management? Read about the two upcoming training packages from ADB SAFEGATE Academy. During the autumn we offer “Airfield Ground Lighting Principles” as well as “A-VDGS & Apron Management Training”. Our series of specially designed training packages aim to improve and sustain your competence. Continue reading
SAVE THE DATE. The most important event in the airport industry’s calendar will soon be with us – Inter Airport Europe. ADB SAFEGATE is preparing for the event with a series of the world’s finest solutions that help raise the bar on airport performance. Please be sure to reserve 8-11 October in your agenda and let’s catch up on the latest innovations and how to realize true end-to-end integration. We hope to see you soon in Munich. Continue reading
The Moroccan Airports Authority, Office National Des Aeroports (ONDA), is driving a major transformation of its IT systems to better support passenger growth. The airport operator has partnered with ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems to deploy one of the largest implementations of airport operational solutions at 22 of its airports. This will translate to better turnaround time for Europe-Africa airport hubs like Casablanca. Large airports like Marrakesh, Nador and Rabat will be able to better use their resources. Overall, all of the airports will gain an accurate, real-time view of operations so airport stakeholders can take better decisions faster. Continue reading
An airport operational database (AODB) is the heart and central truth of operational data. It´s a “software repository in which all flights and associated information is stored within an airport”. For any commercial airport, operating from a consistently reliable single source of data is paramount to ensuring efficient, safe and secure operations, and, ultimately, driving customer satisfaction. Read the interview with Fabien Betand, Head of Products & Solutions Development at ADB SAFEGATE Airport Systems.
VIDEO INTERVIEW. Middle East is undoubtedly one of the most dynamic airport markets in the world and one in which ADB SAFEGATE has had a long presence with over 250 regional team members. In this video interview, our Regional Sales Director for Middle East; Waqas Ahmad Sheikh, shares his insights and thoughts about the region´s challenges and possibilities. Continue reading
Aviation traffic expands every year – and that’s good news for both airlines and travellers. But growth in passenger numbers and cargo volumes pose added challenges to airport operators. This article looks at the challenges, and some of the solutions. Today’s operators have to come up with a range of expansion projects and new, smart initiatives to enhance the passenger overall experience.