Peter Forbes, ASA’s Director, was on an Expert Panel for African aviation for MSc Air Transport Management students at Cranfield University last week. This represented part of ASA’s continued links with one of the world’s leading universities undertaking research and providing courses in air transport management.
ASA is currently undertaking an assessment of the possible aviation-related impacts of the Daedalus Waterfront project, near Lee-on-Solent airport in Hampshire. This exciting new project comprising mixed-use development and the restoration of historic buildings is expected to bring substantial benefits not only to the local community but also to the airport by attracting an increased number of visiting aircraft.
Alan Stratford and Associates’ latest Insights article examines the extent of traffic recovery across UK airports following the Covid-19 pandemic. Although many of the larger airports are experiencing severe passenger delays and congestion, the analysis shows that their traffic levels have recovered better than most of the UK’s smaller regional airports.
Following on from its work with Ramgate Town Council, ASA is providing an evidence-based report for the Nethercourt Action Group for the next stage of the consultation process for the redetemination of the Development Consent Order (DCO) for the proposed Manston Airport cargo hub.
ASA is providing consultancy advice to Ramsgate Town Council regarding the redetermination of the Application for a Development Consent Order (DCO) for the reopening and development of Manston Airport in Kent. Ramsgate Town Council is planning to submit additional evidence to the Department for Transport in relation to this redetermination.