Emirates is all set to trial a new mobile app, ‘TrustOne’, which will let the travellers avail COVID-19 PCR tests through Eurofins at special rates. The app will allow passengers to gain knowledge about the latest updates and protocols. Developed in partnership with GE Digital Aviation Software and TE Food,…
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Emirates and Etihad Airways have become two of the first airlines in the world to partner with IATA on trialling its new digital travel pass.
The Chilean capital’s air terminal, Santiago Airport, has begun its efforts to become a net-zero carbon emissions airport by 2050.
The new feature includes maps of Dubai International's Terminal 3, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and Hong Kong International.
Emirates is the only stable client for the A380, and as such, a reduction in their order numbers has promoted Airbus to terminate production of the A380.
New route between Cambodia and Thailand will meet growing passenger demand and facilitate seamless travel between Phnom Penh and Bangkok.
IATA has launched a new payment system through which an instant direct payment can be made to airlines for flights, making the process safer and faster.
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.
Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2 has welcomed more than 80 million passengers since it opened eight years ago, on the 19 November 2010.
Emirates is gearing up to launch the world’s first 'biometric path', which will offer its customers a smooth and truly seamless airport journey at the airline’s hub in Dubai International airport.
As cargo throughput continues to grow significantly at the airport, the Hungarian hub will expand its handling capacity to further develop its role as the leading gateway in Central Eastern Europe.
Being at the location where Scotland meets the world, Edinburgh Airport wants to extend its welcome as far as possible. Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport, reveals the long and exciting journey the airport has taken to secure a direct route to China.
A report has found that many of these passengers (nearly one million) were travelling between the Czech capital and the UK, up by over 11 per cent from previous year.
The news means that people within Stansted's catchment area, to the north east of London, will have greater access to the Middle East and further afield.
As part of a commitment to seamless travel, Dubai Airport has brought in 100 state-of-the-art biometric gates with 40 more on the horizon.