Scientists have long predicted that climate change would increase the prevalence of extreme weather – today those forecasts are coming true. From heatwaves and blizzards to flooding and severe turbulence, extreme weather conditions are becoming more and more commonplace around the world. This trend not only spells bad news for global residents in general, but is having a hugely negative impact on airports and airlines.
This current winter the Schmidt TJS 630-C of the French Air Force demonstrated the ability to adapt to exceptional weather conditions and rapid implementation. The operators thus enjoyed the ease of control and driving of […]
The airport clock is showing 7.00am. It is Sunday morning, hot and sunny. Markus Böhler is standing with his baggage in the Air Canada check-in queue. There are 2.5 hours to go before his flight […]
Military airports in France – A new era of winter maintenance is beginning for the French Air Force.
First TJS-C 630 jet sweeper at Québec Airport When the Canadian landscape glows in the lush colours in September this heralds the start of the final warm days of late summer. It is also the […]