Future Sky Safety is proud to have been recognised by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for its contribution in making London Luton Airport the first airport globally to harmonise ground handling procedures in line with the IGOM (IATA Ground Operations Manual) – collaboration and effective partnership in action. Representatives of the LTN Safety Stack picked up the award in Athens, Greece on the 3rd of October 2018 at the “Global Airport and Passenger Symposium” organised by IATA.
The LTN Safety Stack has been established in the context of Project 5 – Resolving the organisational accident as part of a process to migrate the safety culture approach from European air traffic control to other parts of the aviation system. The project successfully involved the London Luton airport in establishing the LTN Safety Stack, in which 15 aviation organisations are working together to improve safety and safety culture, sharing data and putting safety before economic competition.
Pictured, L-R: Dave Cross (easyjet/GHOST), Joseph SUIDAN (Head of Ground Operations IATA), Liam Bolger (LLA) and Nick Careen (Senior VP for Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security IATA).