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Pierre Charbonneau, Director – Passenger at IATA, offers an insight into the various projects that are being worked on to secure a seamless airport experience.
Charles de Gaulle Airport is among 10 other aviation stakeholders to join EASA's programme to assess the effectiveness of its COVID-19 safety measures.
A first-of-its-kind real-world test of an autonomous baggage tractor is being carried out at Toulouse-Blagnac airport.
ECCSA was initiated in response to a call to action by the European Commission and aviation stakeholders and is supported by EASA.
In December 2018, Delta – in partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Transportation Security Administration – unveiled the first biometric terminal in the United States. In a growing world that’s getting increasingly complicated, airports and airlines are turning to technology to streamline…
With a slight decrease of 0.5 per cent due to strike action which made air travel impossible for 24 hours, Brussels Airport's numbers were not where they were expected to be from this time last year.
To mark International Women’s Day we examine five key developments for women in aviation in 2018, as the industry, historically dominated by men, continues its journey to gender equality.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, in partnership with JetBlue, launched a one-step biometric boarding process at Reagan National Airport using its newly developed veriScanTM system.
Cork International Airport will see an increase in Air France routes to the continent after continued passenger growth.
Air France-KLM and Jet Airways signed a landmark 'Enhanced Cooperation Agreement' for the development of their operations between Europe and India.
Air France-KLM today announced a major step in the strengthening of its strategic partnerships with, firstly, the creation of a single global joint-venture between Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines (Delta) and Virgin Atlantic and, secondly, the strengthening of its partnership with China Eastern Airlines (China Eastern).
Consistent growth in air traffic means that everything is getting faster. More and more passengers have to be checked-in within shorter timeframes while service and security expectations are rising. In order to optimise passenger handling, Johannes Scharnberg, Director of Aviation at Germany’s fifth-largest airport – Hamburg – explains that it…
14 January 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Air France-KLM has installed 765 next generation self-service kiosks at Amsterdam’s Schiphol and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports.