LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM. African airports are gaining attention worldwide as they invest in modernizing their infrastructure, technology and operations. Adapting to growth indicators such as the rising African and global middle class, and to forecasts warning of air traffic doubling by 2030, African airports are looking at improving their performance. Continue reading
Today’s Airports contain a complex network of stakeholders. Often these stakeholders have efficient management and communication strategies within their respective departments. However, inefficiencies that hamper productivity and performance can be created when these stakeholders interface with other departments and external organisations. If a holistic approach is to be implemented, a philosophy of One Airport – One Process needs to be adopted.
The 15th edition of Airport Show 2015 took place May 10-12 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. The show is the largest annual airport exhibition in the world with over 250 companies exhibiting and representatives from all over the world.
For two days the airport industry came together in Malmo, Sweden, at ADB SAFEGATE Airport Industry Seminar 2014. This was the 6th time ADB SAFEGATE arranged this airport industry event and the theme for the year was efficiency and cooperation. Per-Olof Hammarlund points out the importance of the industry to come together and meet, share their experiences and knowledge and, of course, have a good time with existing and new business colleagues.