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.
Aebi Schmidt Holding AG, a Switzerland-based leading provider of products and services for the cleaning and maintenance of traffic areas and green spaces, will supply Beijing Daxing International Airport with a total of 34 cleaning […]
In 2018 it is the 8th International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design & Service in China. inter airport China has entered China for 14 years and has become the largest professional exhibition in the […]
INCHEON AIRPORT IN SOUTH KOREA IS GEARING UP FOR THE 2018 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES The “Land of the Morning Calm” is readying itself for the Games, which will be held from 9 to 25 February […]