Climate change is dictating how airports are choosing to modernise. Melbourne Airport has just unveiled one of Australia’s largest solar farms, in the hope of securing a carbon-neutral future.
With summer just around the corner, we explore whether UK airports have done enough to prepare for holidaymakers, desperate to get away after more than a year of Covid-19 travel restrictions. And looking further afield, the Japanese Government has announced it will introduce standardised guidelines for airport security. We take a look at how security differs according to countries.
Reports of a drone flying near Gatwick Airport cancelled thousands of flights, but in the three years since, what has been done to prevent the threat caused by drones to airports? Find out that, and more, in the next issue of Airport Industry Review.
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