In this exclusive interview, Aura Moore, Chief Innovation Officer of Los Angeles World Airports discusses cyber threat trends, data and business transformation. “We have a hybrid working environment, many of the cyber attacks that you see are targeting remote access technology, as well as stealing credentials.” According to Aura, distribution…
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Watch this exclusive interview with the Chief Digital Transformation Officer of LAWA.
For Issue 1 2023 of International Airport Review, Ian Law, Chief Digital Transformation Officer for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), gives an overview of the use of biometrics within airports and what is has taken to get to this point, as well looking ahead to the future.
This exclusive interview was filmed in Las Vegas at the Future Travel Experience conference,
Watch this short voxpop with the CEO of LAWA.
Watch this exclusive interview with the Chief Operations & Maintenance Officer of LAWA.
Los Angeles International Airport has become the first U.S. airport to feature the INNOVIA 300 Automated People Mover vehicle.
Los Angeles International Airport has welcomed near double the volume of international passenger traffic for the month July 2022, compared with the same period in 2021.
At Passenger Terminal Expo 2022, we caught up with the Chief Operations & Maintenance Officer of Los Angeles World Airports to talk travel trends.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, Los Angeles World Airports explains how despite bold, they are determined to achieve their net zero energy, water, waste, and carbon emissions vision by the year 2045.
Hawaiian Airlines has relocated from Terminal 5 to Terminal B at Los Angeles International Airport, welcoming passengers to a comfortable and modern facility.
AAHK's digital health pass will aim to provide a simple and efficient means of conducting health document checks and verification processes on both ends of a passenger journey.
The transformation project is estimated to be completed 18 months ahead of schedule due to efficiencies gained by lower passenger traffic at LAX and throughout the country.
The new mobile food ordering service, 'LAX Order Now', enables a contactless travel experience for passengers travelling through Los Angeles International Airport.