Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), the company that manages and operates Queen Beatrix International Airport (Aruba Airport), is on the forefront of a highly needed expansion and modernisation project, namely the Gateway 2030 Project. Baggage Handling Systems (BHS) Manager, Julian Chung, reveals how the project’s new BHS is set to…
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The Aruba Happy Flow is the first 100 per cent self-service passenger experience, based on traveller-centric biometric technology, from kerb to boarding. It was developed by three operational partners; The Government of Aruba, Aruba Airport Authority and KLM, in cooperation with developing partners Vision-Box, Schiphol Group and the Dutch Government,…
New facial recognition system will speed up screening time at Shannon Airport, as it becomes the first airport outside of the Americas to have this technology installed.
As it continues its role out of biometric facial recognition gates to confirm passenger identities, the US Border and Customs agency has selected its first non-US site to pilot the tech.
James Fazio, the CEO of Aruba Airport Authority, and Miguel Leitmann, the CEO of Vision-Box, announced a new partnership between both organisations. Aruba Airport Authority and Vision-Box have decided to sign an exclusive partnership for the further evolution of the Aruba Happy Flow.
Phil Brown, Executive Director at the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), takes a look at how Orlando International Airport is keen to deploy innovative technology to give customers a first-class travel and customer experience.