The airport brings back its face-to-face sales mission in key destinations in the Visayas and Mindanao.
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AAHK's digital health pass will aim to provide a simple and efficient means of conducting health document checks and verification processes on both ends of a passenger journey.
Measures implemented at San Francisco Airport to ensure health safety and achieve the accreditation include onsite rapid COVID-19 testing and enhanced cleaning measures.
Collinson and Swissport have launched the testing site at Heathrow, once again highlighting the three bodies as pioneers in driving travel recovery from COVID-19.
Chris Au Young, Airport Authority Hong Kong’s General Manager, reviews the world’s first-ever study that explored the potential of blockchain to provide a single source of truth for checked baggage.
HKIA has been recognised by IATA for its capability in the transportation and handling of perishable cargo, through its efficient, dedicated facilities and services provided in a stringent temperature-controlled process at globally assured standards.
Cathay Pacific passengers have the opportunity to board via facial recognition with technology from Vision-Box - this pilot will set the grounding for the technology to be used airport-wide in Schiphol in the future.
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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.
Through an internal investigation, British Airways has discovered that from their hack in late September 2018, more passengers’ data has been compromised than originally suspected.
Over nine million passengers’ data has been compromised in the latest data breach to hit the aviation industry – but the breach, first identified in March, is only now being made public.
Hong Kong International has joined a select group of airports who have been recognised by IATA for their standards in transporting pharmaceuticals.
Last year, Changi Airport saw 58 million passengers pass through its doors. With the opening of Terminal 4 at the end of October, this number could climb by as much as 25 per cent - putting the city state's largest airport easily within the world's top-ten largest.
2 February 2014 | By Dubai International
Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central welcomed Cathay Pacific’s first freighter flight on Saturday...
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Dubai is Cathay Pacific’s transit hub for its European destinations including Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Paris...