EASA Taps Brakes on Rulemaking in Aviation Safety Plan

EASA Taps Brakes on Rulemaking in Aviation Safety Plan

EASA’s 2018-2022 European Plan for Aviation Safety (EPAS) now includes what the agency calls a “rulemaking cooldown.” This year’s edition of the EPAS also covers EASA’s strategy in the areas of international cooperation and technical training. According to EASA executive director Patrick...
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How Gatwick Airport has placed technology at the heart of its strategy to improve on-time departure

How Gatwick Airport has placed technology at the heart of its strategy to improve on-time departure

  Improving on-time departure (OTD) is a goal that is shared by every airport and technological developments are presenting new opportunities to improve efficiency across the board. the use of machine learning and big data could have the biggest impact...
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Intelligent trolleys could improve the passenger experience

Intelligent trolleys could improve the passenger experience

Many things are ‘smart’ these days, so why not airport trolleys? Danish company Exruptive will present an ‘intelligent’ trolley and an innovative security check system. Queues at security check points are stressful for passengers, and consume time they...
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