Top ground handling operations trends for 2023 and beyond

Oct. 12, 2023
As the airport ground handling industry looks ahead, it's crucial to address workforce issues, reduce the incidence of baggage mishandling, adopt standardized practices, and leverage the potential of digitalization and sustainability, AviationPros reports

VILNIUS, Lithuania - In recent years the ground handling industry has been on a steady rise, with the global airport ground handling market’s value reaching $31.8 billion in 2022. Industry projections suggest that this figure is set to reach $76.1 billion by the end of 2032, driven by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.2 percent. Renata Sumskaite, the CEO of Sensus Aero, a new-gen software solution for the aviation industry, sheds light on major industry trends that support this impressive growth, AviationPros reports. Continue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

12 October 2023 - With air travel passenger demand on the rise and the imminent arrival of new aircraft, airports face challenges of limited space, environmental concerns, and increased noise levels. Technological advancements, offer a lifeline, promising to improve sustainability and productivity by addressing issues like low airport capacity, congestion, and pollution, especially in ground operations. Ground handling operations are increasingly reliant on collecting data for improved safety and efficiency, enabling data-driven decisions that cut costs and align with the aviation industry's net-zero commitment.

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Jamie Whitney, Senior Editor
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