Creating a Green Passenger Journey
To fulfill the commitment to “NET ZERO Carbon Emissions by 2050” and to respond to the "Fridays for Future" movement, airports are urged to implement strategies and initiatives to minimize their ecological footprint. TH Airport Consulting therefore embarked on a research study on “Creating a Green Passenger Journey at Future Airports” in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef (IUBH). The study examines the expectations of the critical traveler as well as the major changes and initiatives needed at airports to become greener and to win back passengers. To gain broad insights into the required changes and how they can be achieved, several case studies as well as a passenger survey will be conducted.
Pre-feasibility study of Batumi International Airport
United Airports of Georgia has contracted TH Airport Consulting to conduct a capacity assessment and a pre-feasibility study on the future expansion of Batumi International Airport with a horizon of 10 years. The uniqueness of project lies on the restriction on both air- and landside of the airport due to its special geographical location – high mountains on one side, and the black sea on the other side, which limits the runway capacity. A contract signing ceremony was held on the 18th of June at the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia in Tbilisi, Georgia. (More Details)