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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…
JFK Airport and Vision-Box have signed an agreement to modernise passenger processing and roll out one of the largest biometric boarding platforms in the U.S.
The Port Authority of New York and Jersey has announced that 50 per cent of its shuttle bus fleet at the three major regional airports will be all-electric by summer 2019.
Last year we saw Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport top the table, boasting the busiest airport in the world with nearly 104 million (based on 2017 figures), but did it retain its top spot in 2018? Read on to find out more...
In his speech at the International Aviation Club in Washington, D.C., Alexandre de Juniac, highlighted the importance of both Government and Industry working together to reap the continued benefits of aviation.
Real-time information is now available on airport websites and terminal monitors for passengers travelling through JFK, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty and New York Stewart.
According to ACI, global passenger traffic is expected to exceed 20 billion by 2039, as such, infrastructure will have to adapt accordingly with major investment to accommodate the growth.
The Port Authority Agency plans to install more than 10 megawatts of solar power at JFK, in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, while providing local low-income residents the opportunity to purchase clean energy at reduced rates.
Waiting in line is considered by some to be almost as bad as torture, but it’s one of life’s inevitabilities. But, what if there was a way to make airport queues move faster and keep the experience more pleasant for those in line? It all comes down to understanding why…
With operations now in 87 airports in 13 countries, dnata adds Los Angeles International to its ground handling portfolio.
With the age of digitisation racing forward we asked Delta how the digitisation of cargo transport has, and will, affect the customer. Vice President of Delta Cargo, Shawn Cole, provides a glimpse as to what the future holds for cargo transportation.
A new route to Boston will be introduced to the growing number of destinations at Edinburgh Airport, with Delta Air Lines operating the service for summer 2019.
Use of durable concrete instead of typical asphalt will lengthen lifespan of runway up to 40 years, compared with asphalt’s 10-12 years; new high-speed taxiway allows planes to exit runways faster and save traveller's time.