Delhi Airport Switches to Renewable Sources for Its Energy Needs; Becomes India’s First Airport to Run Entirely On Hydro And Solar Power
Delhi Airport - India’s busiest airport - has moved to green energy and uses only hydro and solar power for all its energy needs since June 1, 2022. With this, Delhi Airport becomes the first airport in India to run entirely on hydro and solar power.
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.
GMR Hyderabad International Airport All Set to Inaugurate First Phase of the Expanded Terminal
The first of its kind under the Public -Private Partnership model in the country, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL) was inaugurated in 2008. When it was opened, the sprawling airport was designed for 12 million passengers per annum (MPPA).
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.
Shanghai Airport Authority Devoted to Smooth Cargo Operation
Shanghai Airport Authority responded firmly to the updated health control requirements of the Shanghai Municipal Government, rapidly tightening the pandemic control and providing contingent supports to ensure the safe and smooth operation of airports. Frontline employees and standby staff answered the calls quickly, persisting on working or returning overnight, to support the airport services safe and normal. From March 28 to April 8, Pudong International Airport accommodated 1,408 cargo flights with cargo volume of 48,100 tons.
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.
Go with the Flow at Beijing Daxing Airport
Building a new airport from scratch is a multi-faceted, highly-complex endeavour. How people move around the airport is an important consideration in the process. Let’s take a closer look at what it takes to move people quickly and efficiently through one of the world’s largest airports.