Airspace Considerations for UK Spaceports

Airspace Considerations for UK Spaceports

With Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin recently launching their CEOs to space, space tourism has arrived.  For a mere $250,000 you can enjoy 3-5 minutes of weightlessness.  Bargain! Now there are no plans for space tourism in the UK – yet – but the UK...
The Journey Towards Jet Zero

The Journey Towards Jet Zero

In June 2019 the UK became the first major economy to pass legislation that commits the country to net zero emissions by 2050, which basically means to reduce net greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 100%.

Seamless passenger experience

Seamless passenger experience

Irene Boñal shares her thoughts on improving accessibility to provide a seamless airport experience for all passenger types.

Very Shiny Web Applications

Very Shiny Web Applications

We’re big fans of Shiny here at Think.  It allows us to develop data dashboards, display data visualisations and utilise data models to provide actionable insights.  It works on any device and is a great tool whether you are presenting in a meeting, demonstrating at...
Optimising new Ground Movement Control (GMC) concepts

Optimising new Ground Movement Control (GMC) concepts

Whilst the focus of capacity improvement at airports often centres on the runway, increasingly we are seeing airports where the ground movement control (GMC) function is also a contributory factor. This is leading airports to consider how to split the GMC role to alleviate capacity constraints, or where the role is already split, to consider a more optimal split that better balances workload between the controllers. Similarly, where airports are expanding and adding new apron areas or runways this also has the potential to change the GMC role and any existing split of responsibilities.

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