issue 35

The big news from the UK this summer was the result of the national referendum to decide whether the country should remain a part of the EU. The result, a surprise to most, to ‘Leave’ is going to have significant ramifications in many areas, and the aviation industry is likely to be one of them. What exactly will be the impact on passenger and cargo flows, and consequently airport and airline business, is by no means clear however.

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  • Diving in

    The rights and wrongs of pooling GSE have long been a controversial topic for discussion, but the idea is now starting to become a reality at some major gateways One of the pioneers in the effo...

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  • Completing the circle

    Collecting and removing waste water from infrastructure and grounds is just part of the challenge for today’s airport authorities; treating and recycling that water preserves the natural, full c...

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  • Powering on

    David Smith looks at the latest developments in the ground power unit (GPU) world Port Columbus Airport in Ohio has been one of the major beneficiaries of a remarkably generous US Federal Aviat...

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  • Looking back at the Airside Event

    Over the course of three days in late June and early July, the ramp community came together in the annual Airside Event, the combined conference and exhibition that accompanies this magazine. ...

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  • Pegasus in groundbreaking change

    Pegasus Airlines, the Turkish value carrier, has taken over control of all its ground handling operations at its home hub of Sabiha Gökçen International Airport. Having previously undertaken all...

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  • Bringing the de-icing world together

    The biennial Clariant De-icing Conference is renowned for being a fascinating forum for discussion of the latest trends within the international airport winter operations industry; taking place ...

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  • Buyers’ Viewpoint: Streets ahead

    Bernhard Scholz is a senior executive manager, responsible for fleet management and GSE - engineering at Fraport Ground Services, handler at Frankfurt Airport, Germany’s busiest airport Under...

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  • Old problems, new solutions

    Environmental impact is as ever at the heart of discussions on de-icing in aviation. Today, several solutions seek to mitigate the effects of glycol-based fluids – and some technologies that would e...

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  • TREPEL plots its course

    German GSE manufacturer TREPEL continues to grow, with a new chief steering the ship Philippe de Soyres, sales manager at Tauberbischofsheim, Germany-based GSE supplier TREPEL Airport Equipment, sp...

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  • Getting the message across

    Ground-based communication between the flight deck and ground handling crews is not always perfect; mistakes do happen, sometimes resulting in costly collisions, but the issue is on many authoriti...

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  • A date in Vegas

    In October, the airside community will meet in Las Vegas for the fourth International Airport Expo. Moreover, the International Airport Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (IAEMA) will also co-host...

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  • Investing in the future

    ACI report points to a decade of spending by EU airports in their infrastructure and facilities Earlier this summer, Airports Council International (ACI), the representative body for the majori...

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