IHS Jane's Airport Review


  • BBX delivers more than meets the eye

    Tarmac has launched a new explosive- and ballistic-proof concrete block for critical infrastructure protection. Named BBX, the block has the appearance of a standard concrete block but “incorporates some clever materials that allow it to absorb either a projectile or a blast”, noted

  • Bristol receives new digital flight strip system

    Bristol Airport in the UK has begun using a new digital flight strip system from NATS. The Hub and Spoke Electronic Flight Progress Strip (EFPS) system incorporates tower and approach services at Bristol. Hub and Spoke systems link to centralised data servers, removing the need for each airport

  • Time may be ripe for airport loyalty programmes

    While airlines have long profited from their frequent flyer loyalty programmes, airports have been slow to adopt them Since their introduction in the 1980s, frequent flyer programmes have become a standard feature of modern travel, but until now a fear of competing with airlines has stopped

  • IATA urges better balance on concessions

    Wider stakeholder participation and better alignment of different interests will allow for better airport concessions with more positive results, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) argued in a report issued on 12 December. Its ‘Balanced Concessions for the Airport

  • IER builds bespoke check-in application for Air Serbia

    IER is deploying a dedicated ALISS self-service check-in application imminently for Air Serbia passengers at Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade. ALISS can be accessed from any common-use self-service kiosk. In addition to a specific interface built for the Air Serbia check-in application, the airline

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