IHS Jane's Airport Review


  • Casarrubios plan would ease pressure on Barajas

    A proposed second airport for Madrid was announced on 17 October by developers Air City Madrid Sur, with the aim of entering service by 2023. It would cost about EUR148 million (USD170 million) to convert the small airfield at Casarrubios near El Alamo, about 30 km southwest of Madrid, into a

  • French researchers create optical illusion to cut bird-strike risk

    Researchers at the √Čthologie Animale et Humaine (Ethos) laboratory in the University of Rennes in France, working with Airbus, have designed a visual pattern to deter birds of prey (raptors) from high-risk areas around airports. Raptors are one of the most common victims of bird strikes on

  • MAG seeks to improve passenger experience with Silicon Valley tie-up

    Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has formed a partnership with Plug and Play, a Silicon Valley-based technology accelerator. The purpose of the collaboration is to give MAG influence over new innovations in the travel industry so it can leverage these technologies to improve the travel experience.

  • OmniServ replaces Swissport at Stansted

    After a competitive tender, OmniServ (operating as Blue Handling) is to replace Swissport as the ground-handler for Ryanair at London Stansted Airport, effective from 1 February 2019. Work at the largest Ryanair base will include check-in, baggage, and ground operations. Swissport will continue

  • Oslo shortens walking times to eight gates

    The Norwegian subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp has begun installing a moving walkway on the pedestrian footbridge that links Pier A (South Pier) and Pier B (West Pier) at Oslo Gardermoen Airport. The walkway from ThyssenKrupp Rulletrapper will shorten the walking time between the eight gates that are the

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