Munich Airport is now offering a varied audio walk through Terminal 2 to help families with children shorten their waiting time at the airport. The audio walk through the Schengen area offers interesting insights into the airport world and at the same time provides entertaining information about the working environment at the airport, the issues of sustainability, and the operational processes on the apron and in the terminal.
In its climate protection package, "Fit for 55," the European Commission proposes three measures for aviation: introducing a kerosene tax, tightening emissions trading (ETS), and introducing an increasing blending mandate for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). By 2050, aviation is to be CO2-neutral.
Munich Airport International GmbH (MAI), originator of operational readiness and airport transfer (ORAT) services, and Atlanta-based Citiri Inc., as provider of an ORAT project management software, announced today that they will partner in providing digital ORAT services to airport operators and infrastructure developers. By combining the knowhow and experience of MAI with Citiri’s management platform the partners will be able to offer an advanced ORAT solution including remote services to clients worldwide.