Mumbai’s CSMIA Sets Roadmap to Achieve Operations Net Zero Carbon Emission by 2029
Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) is proud to announce that it has achieved the Highest-Level 4+ “Transition” of Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme of Airport Council International (ACI). This certification lauds CSMIA’s efforts in building a climate change strategy which provides a comprehensive framework for managing its carbon footprint. With ‘Measure, Manage, Reduce and Communicate’ as its core objectives, it exemplifies CSMIA’s dedication and expertise in effectively managing its operations to contribute to a better tomorrow.
Airport Retail Analytics Focus - Concessionaire Contract Management
The last few years have reinforced the importance of airport ancillary revenue in the industry. For many years, the primary focus has been on direct revenue from aircraft and passenger operations. However, the spotlight is now broadening to other ancillary services such as revenue from leases, parking fees, concessionaires, and more.
People Matter – Attracting, Retaining and Developing Industry Professionals Must Be a Priority
Aviation industry workforce will be one of the hot topics of discussion when our brand new event-- Airports Innovate -- gets under way in Muscat, Oman on December 7 & 8.
Airport as a Destination From a Mere Transit Point
Global air travel is expected to grow over the next few months. According to ICAO, the United Nations body to support diplomacy and cooperation in air transport, there has been a steady rise in RPK (Revenue Passenger Kilometers), over the last few months. With the pandemic tapering off, supposedly, and travel restrictions being eased globally, these numbers are only going to rise.
Aviation Climate Action Championed At Stockholm+50
Speaking to delegates meeting at the Stockholm+50 Leadership Dialogue today, Executive Director of the cross-industry Air Transport Action Group, Haldane Dodd urged governments to work together to adopt a long-term climate goal at the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Assembly.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport Restored 80% Of Its Cargo Volume
Standing up to challenges of pandemic, Shanghai Pudong International Airport has been gradually returning to its usual busy cargo operation. On May 20, a total of 175 cargo flights were accommodated at Pudong International Airport, handling cargo volume of 7,918 tons, which has recovered to 80% of its normal.
ANA and NAA Hold Joint Webinar to Prevent Wildlife Trafficking
Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) joined hands with ANA HOLDINGS INC. (ANAHD), owner of ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD (ANA) on 11 March to co-host a webinar on preventing the use of aviation for wildlife trafficking.
Spotless And Crowd-Free: How Flow Analytics Helps Airports Manage Restroom Safety And Cleaning Efficiency
Never have the restroom habits of travellers been of quite as much interest to airport operators as they have become over the last two years.