Frankfurt Airport (FRA) is upgrading its ground power connections and mobile ground power units to rely solely on electric drives.
Oshkosh highlights 5 ways to properly maintain your ARFF vehicle to guarantee it’s ready to perform when called to an emergency.
Swissport has announced it will be investing roughly 11 million EUR into the purchase of a slew of new electric vehicles.
Airbus, Avinor, SAS, Swedavia and Vattenfall have signed a MoU to explore the use of hydrogen infrastructure at airports in Sweden and Norway.
The FAA has confirmed that Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is the first in the US to get the modernised Tower Simulation System.
Oshkosh walks through the evolution of the Striker® ARFF and the company's journey to excellence in the Airport Fire Rescue industry.
ZeroAvia has been awarded 3.25 million USD in funding to produce high-efficiency liquid hydrogen refuelling trucks for use at airports.