• Materna seeks larger footprint in the Americas

    Having already established itself in the European market, Materna continues to extend its brand across North America, into Latin America, and across the Pacific. Rita LaDouceur, Materna airport solutions manager–America, mentioned a recent sale in Mexico to an unnamed customer. Speaking to

  • FAA upgrades ATIS

    The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded Robinson Aviation (RVA) and All Weather Inc (AWI) an initial contract to supply five Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) systems, under a broader indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract in September. RVA is responsible

  • Schiphol picks Panthers

    Rosenbauer is to provide 13 new Panther aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicles to Amsterdam Schiphol, with the first delivery scheduled for late 2018. The Panther 8×8s will be “the largest and fastest fire engines in the Netherlands”, operator Royal Schiphol Group

  • Advanced analytics aid Chicago and Newark

    Midway and O’Hare International in Chicago, and Newark Liberty International in New Jersey, have installed predictive analytics technology to monitor passenger flow at security checkpoints and waiting times for taxis. At the two Chicago airports, UK-based CrowdVision is teamed with Boingo

  • O'Hare leverages existing infrastructure to supply green fuel

    Air BP provided renewable jet fuel via existing fuelling infrastructure at Chicago O’Hare for the first time on 8 November, during the Fly Green Day at the Illinois airport. Nine airlines participated in the event, sponsored by the O’Hare Fuel Committee: Atlas Air, Cathay Pacific,

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  • Sensors track satisfaction with toilet facilities

    Airports in the United States are collecting data on the cleanliness of their lavatories, amid broader efforts to ensure the best possible passenger experience, staff allocation, and customer service. For example, on 16 November the Houston Airport System (HAS) began implementing measures to
  • Raytheon shows common weather platform

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is upgrading the systems used to collect and display weather information at its facilities nationwide, having awarded Raytheon and Harris contracts in 2015 to develop new processing and service delivery systems worth up to USD300 million. The agency is



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