ISAVIA, the Iceland Airport Authority, has resurrected its campaign to attract and support aircraft utilising Iceland’s regional airports Akureyri and Egilsstaðir.
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The main goal of the pilot was to understand the effect that using standard solutions was having on the amount of time taken to process TCNs.
By 2022, Iceland, like all Schengen states, will have to comply with European Entry/Exit System (EU/EES) regulations. The new system will include the biometric identification and verification of travellers, based on a facial image and four fingerprints, at all border crossing points (air, land, and sea).
KEF recently implemented a dynamic forecasting solution with unique live re-forecasting capabilities which became a vital tool in keeping operations running smoothly while dealing with three major issues.
Safe passenger separation management will rely on the ability to understand passenger density across the terminal and taking action to prevent crowding.
Iceland has become the latest of 50 countries to use Frequentis DIVOS technology to reduce operational efforts for incident investigation.