Case study: Our approach towards ISO 9001:2015 implementation

Now that AirportCreators has successfully obtained its ISO 9001:2015 certificate, we took the opportunity to reflect on the process towards this milestone and the impact it has made on our current operations.

We worked with 9001simplified, the provider of the toolkit which we used to prepare the required quality processes, to publish a case study on our approach and experiences.

It was worth doing it. I thought we were doing well before we started with ISO but we have improved many aspects since. Our clients will benefit from more efficient and cost-effective services.

Rogier Doffegnies

The article can be found in the link below:

AirportCreators obtains ISO 9001:2015 Certification

We are pleased to share that, as of today, AirportCreators is an ISO-Certified organization.

Being accredited with the ISO 9001:2015 certificate shows that our Quality Management System (QMS) provides the right foundation for our projects, and ensures that we can keep shaping the Airports of Tomorrow at the highest quality standards, together with our clients.

We are particularly proud that, being a paperless company, we were able to demonstrate compliance through a strictly remote audit. A great effort by the implementation lead Maria Tsagali and all team members who have worked on the successful implementation.

Thank you TÜV Rheinland Auditing & Certification for performing the thorough audit and the pleasant cooperation.

Towards sustainable travel of tomorrow: Connecting Hyperloop with airports

We are delighted and proud to see that Hardt Hyperloop has successfully engaged with Royal Schiphol Group to expand their joint effort for developing a European Hyperloop network. Positive results from a study, accomplished with the support of AirportCreators and our partners Dutch Boosting Group, have lead to this exciting new step towards sustainable travel. Other parties involved are UNStudio, Royal BAM Group nv, CE …

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AirportCreators and COVID-19

Over the past weeks, all of us at AirportCreators learned about the growing COVID19 pandemic. We regret the severe impact this pandemic has on global health as well as the global aviation sector. Times like these illustrate the need for the resilient, sustainable and future-proof development of airports. In line with the most recent government …

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A new collaboration with the Ministry of Infrastructure (I&W)

The consortium Omniplan, Generation, AirportCreators and Mirari Advies is delighted to have been selected to support the Dutch ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management (I&W) for the upcoming four years with policy supporting advice in the aviation domain. With our progressive approach, – focused, adaptive, and collaborative – we will collaborate with the ministry in …

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Join us at Inter Airport Europe 2019!

From 8 until 11 October, our team will showcase the latest developments, insights and solutions regarding Progressive Airport Development at Inter Airport Europe. Together with our partners INTOS Interior Solutions and Plugaloo, we will host Booth 2282 in hall C6. We will highlight our latest solutions including: GIS-based airport planning through Geoplanner EASA As-A-Service: EASA …

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We are heading to Passenger Terminal Expo 2019!

AirportCreators will return to Passenger Terminal Expo! Visit us at our new stand (#7045) to hear more about our progressive approach to airport development programmes. Also, we serve the best coffee of the event. See you there!

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Creating airports of tomorrow in a changing aviation landscape

In today’s complex business environment, many projects at airports run off course. The traditional design-driven approach is failing in the increasingly complicated stakeholder field and business environment and consequently several airport companies are now successfully shifting to a new approach in airport development. Decisive elements of this new approach include focusing on actual needs, preparing for …

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Systems Engineering is not about soldering circuit boards

When developing masterplans for airports, one has to consider a tremendous amount of explicit and implicit variables. Examples are traffic outlooks, airline segmentations and stakeholder requirements. Despite all these variables, we have experienced that in most cases development plans are not in line with the strategic roadmap and the process of truly engaging stakeholders. As a result, the plans are often not sufficient to cope with the modern challenges in aviation. In fact, most masterplans we have assessed are good starting points, but lack quality when it comes to implementation. As a consequence, many projects developed at airports do not add sufficient value to the strategic roadmap. We find that doubtful, and we think airports can do much better. Therefore, we introduce Systems Engineering (SE).

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