Veovo will implement its revenue management system across all of Swedavia's airport network, such as Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
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Veovo announces the introduction of virtual queuing and passenger density management solutions, designed to help support social distancing in airports.
Globally, airports’ capacity is under strain, and operators are focused on maximising existing and growing capacity. With space at a premium and passenger safety paramount, capacity planning requires intelligent forecasting. With combined end-to-end passenger flow and flight data insights, future-planning is more straightforward, transparent, and accurate.
Given that passengers are usually in transit to somewhere else, top of the arrivals desirability list is the ability to get out, fast. Whether travellers are tired, rushed for a meeting or eager to meet friends and family, they all want to complete their journey as quickly and smoothly as…
From the moment a passenger journeys to the departure terminal, they’re faced with a series of small but potentially stressful challenges.
Birmingham Airport (BHX) has long been recognised as one of the UK’s most punctual and family-friendly travel hubs. The four-time winner of the prestigious Star UK Airport prize loves keeping its customers happy. However, with passenger numbers rapidly rising, the airport realised it needed a new way to keep things…
Auckland International Airport (AKL) is not only New Zealand’s largest and busiest but also one of the fastest-growing airports in Australasia. With a need to ensure optimal resource coordination and infrastructure use, the airport engaged with Veovo to roll out the region’s first Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) initiative.
Imagine buying the high-tech car of your dreams but not taking delivery for a few years. In that time, your family grows, life changes and technology advances – fast. By the time you’re sitting behind the wheel in 2022, you no longer need to. With the rise of driverless cars,…
Airport queues - nobody likes them, least of all passengers who are running late. Fortunately, with regulators across the world increasingly stipulating the use of queue measurement systems to inform passengers of wait times, the guesswork and stress associated with standing in line are diminished.
As capacity continues to rise, airports are focusing upon how they can manage their revenues in the most efficient way, to improve cash flow.
As airports handle record numbers, crowded check-in halls are becoming more commonplace, prompting airports to rethink their approach to space, resources and passenger experience.
Improve turnaround performance with Airport Collaborative Decision Making. Tips for partner engagement. Case study. Extend to Total Airport Management (TAM)