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Rochelle ‘Chellie’ Cameron, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport, tells International Airport Review about the importance of the airport’s workforce, and the significance of guest experience.
Following the halt of the Great Hall project, Denver International Airport has made the final reimbursement payment to Great Hall Partners as a result of contract termination.
To reach the airport’s mission of linking deep South America with the rest of the world requires innovation, efficiency and partnerships, explains João Pita, Head of Airline Business at GRU Airport.
Angela Gittens, ACI World Director General, has emphasised the need for investments to ensure the continued beneficial operation of airports worldwide.
With the capability to handle nearly 450 bags per hour, DFW decided to test an autonomous solution to help improve the experience of passengers transferring from international flights.
The new app will be trialled at three PANYNJ-managed airports, providing navigation assistance for passengers who are visually impaired.
The autonomous vehicles, introduced by British Airways, were exclusively trialled at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Several security checkpoint lanes managed by TSA at Boston Logan International Airport will now benefit from new technology.
A new addition to the Tom Bradley International Terminal will speed up the processing of passengers, and could be enhanced by biometrics in the future.
Following the introduction of facial comparison, Hobby Airport is the first in Texas to have full biometric entry and exit for international passengers.
State funding amounting to $20 million for modernisation and safety improvements at NYC airports was announced by the Governor of New York.
By offering the sunflower lanyards, T4 has become the first Northeast U.S. terminal to offer the initiative to its passengers with hidden disabilities.
The new developments will aim to provide an enhanced passenger experience for those travelling through Prescott Regional Airport.
The U.S. Department of Transportation will award airport infrastructure grants to help improve the travel experience for passengers.