Oct 17, 2018 | Airport Feature
When talking about aviation safety, most passengers only think about the safety brief delivered by the cabin crew as we are pushed back from the gate. But there is a whole different side to aviation safety that most travellers never see,.Read More
Oct 10, 2018 | Airport Feature
The critical role of regional airports, leveraging robust traffic growth and capitalising on training opportunities are among the topics the Australian Airports Association’s new Victorian Division chair Katie Cooper has on her list of key issues.Read More
Oct 8, 2018 | Airport Feature
Darwin International Airport’s new tropical-themed performance space draws its inspiration from an historic pub known for showcasing local artists.Read More
Oct 4, 2018 | Airport Feature
SITA chief executive Barbara Dalibard says making the passenger journey as secure and seamless as possible is “the will of the industry”. Two global surveys show how the future of travel will be powered by technology.Read More
Sep 18, 2018 | Airport Feature
A new $30 million honeypot aimed at attracting overseas airlines to Western Australia is designed to support new direct flights and cement Perth’s position as Australia’s western gateway.
The joint venture between Perth Airport and the Western Australian Government through Tourism WA will provide targeted incentives to help airlines market new routes and drive demand.Read More
Sep 17, 2018 | Airport Feature
It may look like an ordinary underpass, but it’s a complex engineering feat that required hundreds of workers and is a lynchpin to Brisbane Airport’s $1.3 billion runway development.
The $120 million Dryandra Underpass is up to five metres below sea level, and required the removal of 750,000 cubic metres of sand and the installation of 35km of conduit. About 20,000 cubic metres of concrete and 4000 tonnes of reinforced steel has been used to build the underpass floor and walls as well the taxiway and road bridge decks.Read More
Sep 12, 2018 | Airport Feature
Archie Moore’s striking United Neytions installation at Sydney Airport was a project from which everyone emerged a winner. The colourful array of 28 large flags has added vibrancy to the airport’s T1 International Marketplace, it gives a wide audience to the work of the indigenous contemporary artist and millions of passengers gain a taste of contemporary art in Australia and of Sydney culture.
It also does what all art aspires to do: intrigue and engage with its themes of place, identity and boundaries.Read More
- A day in the life of Safety Car One October 17, 2018
- Training, growth and regional development the key in Victoria October 10, 2018
- Darwin’s Green Room bringing locals and travelers together October 8, 2018
- Global surveys highlight “secure and seamless” technology vision October 4, 2018