If the crisis has taught us one thing, it’s that, while airports do need to focus on recovery, they must also put in place systems that give them the ultimate agility to survive future volatile events - and they need to do it now.
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Siobhan Boyle - Veovo
Understanding passenger flow throughout the airport terminal forms the basis for many operational decisions. Most airports are not equipped to do this. Measuring queues is only part of the story. It’s time airports also considered the entire Kerb-to-Flight journey, to close the gap between how airports see passengers today and…
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