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Vertiports: how to make them secure

Vertiports may still be at the planning stage, but the degree of security they require is already a matter for debate. Chris Anderson reports

US announces $20m ATC funding

The Biden-Harris Administration has announced funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to modernise 20 small and regional ATC towers

New terminal on way for Leahy BTV

Project NexT will replace the north concourse, the latest and largest sustainable infrastructure project at Patrick Leahy Burlington International Airport

Vertiport development: how to rule out risk

Mott MacDonald’s John Reavy examines how vertiport development risks could be mitigated at the project planning stage

Vertiports: electrical and digital infrastructure

There’s much more to vertiport infrastructure than buildings. Emma Kelly looks at the digital and electrical requirements

Menzies to plant mangroves 

Menzies Aviation has committed to funding the planting of 70,000 mangroves as part of the Million Mangroves project

Leidos establishes IP ATM office

Leidos has opened an Air Traffic Management Research and Collaboration Centre in Singapore to keep pace with the demands of global aviation

Incheon wins Ninoy Aquino contract 

Incheon International Airport Corporation has secured the development and operation rights for Ninoy Aquino International Airport 

Gatwick appoints new COO

Mark Johnston has joined London Gatwick Airport as chief operating officer (COO), taking over from interim chief operating officer John Higgins

Schiphol upgrades Lounge 2

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is redeveloping Lounge 2, the area located after the security check for passengers flying to destinations outside Europe

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