In this issue
Issue 53 | March 2020
The UK's London City Airport is trying to set an example for other airports to follow when it comes to sustainability. We speak to the airport’s head of environment and technical operations, Tessa Simpson, about how the airport aims to achieve carbon neutrality without offsetting.
New technologies often aren’t introduced without a few obstacles, as we find in our interactive timeline feature discussing the development of body scanners at airport security. We also discuss the benefits and potential pitfalls of using artificial intelligence in airport security, following the launch of a new AI security imaging system at Pearson International Airport.
Also in this issue: a closer look at the upcoming Red Sea International Airport in Saudi Arabia, the successes and failures of crowdfunded aviation projects, and how can airports and airlines use fuel more effectively?
Joe Baker, editor