As airports prepare to fulfil the new security and data collection requirements outlined by the EU, Chris Gilliland, Director of Innovative Travel Solutions within Vancouver International Airport, talks about how automated, self-service border control solutions must be considered.
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Can automated border control transform the traveller’s experience? This whitepaper compares eGates and self-service border kiosks.
As of the 1 January 2020, it will cost more to fly out of British Colombia from Vancouver Airport as the airport registers 74 months of consecutive growth and plans to future-proof the infrastructure at the airport.
New biometric kiosks have been implemented at Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA) in an attempt to simplify the border clearance process for all arriving passengers.
Set to open in 2020, the ongoing expansion project of the terminal building at Vancouver International Airport has witnessed a steel-topping ceremony.
In a bid to engage passengers in their green vision for the airport, Vancouver Airport has introduced Oscar, the bin that directs you where to dispose of your rubbish.
The training involved an emergency simulation which included nearly 500 participants from 25 different agencies.
Vancouver Airport, in partnership with Canucks Autism Network, hosts an airport tour for those living with autism to experience airport processes.
With the help of Innovative Travel Solutions, Vancouver Airport will update its border control solutions to be in line with the Canadian government's biometric requirements.
With a 7.3 per cent increase on 2017, 2018 saw nearly 26 million passengers pass through Vancouver International Airport, a new record for the airport.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has served its 25-millionth annual passenger, two years ahead of forecast. Bringing a successful 2018 to a close.
Vancouver International has received the gold rating from the RHFAC programme and is the first airport to receive the rating.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has received Level 3 Airport Carbon Accreditation by the Airports Council International.
With the demand for air travel set to double over the next two decades, airports must embrace innovation – as both a solution to increasing efficiencies and to improve passenger satisfaction. Chris Gilliland, Director of Innovative Travel Solutions at Vancouver Airport Authority, reveals the airport’s pioneering BORDERXPRESS and CHECKITXPRESS deployments.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is investing $9.1 billion under its 20-year blueprint.