The TSA at Tampa International Airport have introduced nine CAT units in order to provide passengers with a touchless journey through the airport.
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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tampa Airport has submitted a plan to defer or abandon $900 million in projects over the next four to five years.
While there is a lot of emphasis on terminal safety due to COVID-19, airfield safety remains a key focus at Tampa International Airport.
As air travel at Tampa International Airport has slowed down considerably, the airport has increased the activity in its construction sites.
In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Tampa Airport is making a number of changes to its facilities and operations.
The new e-gates have been installed at Tampa International Airport's Airside A, aiming to speed up processes and reduce waiting times.
Checking in baggage is always an airport pressure point and a stressful part of a passenger’s airport journey. With this in mind, Tampa International Airport in Florida embarked on a revolutionary system to enable passengers to remotely check in luggage. Maria Rhodes, General Manager for Bags, reveals how the service…
To manage increased levels of kerbside traffic, achieve a higher level of customer service and prepare for the potential future of autonomy, Tampa International Airport is deploying a unique express kerbside solution. Al Illustrato, Executive Vice President of Facilities at Tampa International Airport, and Thomas Rossbach, member of both AIA…
Coping with a regular increase in passenger traffic while ensuring an efficient and stress-free service is no mean feat. The baggage handling sector is therefore increasingly turning to technology to ensure this important part of the passenger journey evolves.
The executives of several airlines and airports in the United States have met with President Trump to discuss passenger experience and security issues.
16 February 2015 | By Joe Lopano, CEO, Tampa International Airport
The Tampa Bay region has a legacy of aviation firsts that dates back to 1914 when Tony Jannus piloted the world’s first commercially scheduled flight, flying from St Petersburg to Tampa. As Joe Lopano, Chief Executive Officer of Tampa International Airport describes, it is continuing this tradition through an extensive…
28 May 2013 | By Atkins
HCAA has appointed Atkins as designers on the expansion programme of its Tampa International Airport...