Embraer demonstrated the steep-approach capabilities of its E195-E2 to London City Airport with a successful first-ever landing of the type at the downtown airport on July 22. The airframer hopes to certify the type for LCY operations later this year. Embraer E195-E2...
After a precipitous drop in traffic in March 2020 passenger traffic into and out of Uganda has responded well to the reopening of the economy with numbers for May trending above the African average of 74%. Uganda’s Entebbe Airport makes steep recovery. Passenger...
Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru has introduced ten AI-driven robots to assist and enhance the passenger experience at the airport. Bengaluru is known as the Silicon Valley of India and becomes the first airport in the...
African airports can affordably overcome “critical airport worker and capacity shortfalls” by rapidly adopting “trusted, secure cloud-based solutions,” says air transport industry IT and communications systems provider SITA. Citing the recent experiences in the UK...
Last week, we discussed the challenges of the Latin American airline industry. Today, we will talk about the challenges of the Latin American airports, which are plenty, fueled by capacity constraints, airspace management, political choices, the introduction of new...
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