Each airport faces different challenges, but how do you ensure that the 214 native animal species and the wider biodiversity are not harmed by aviation? Rodrigo Tavares from VINCI Airports told International Airport Review's Eve De Clerk about how Salvador Bahia Airport manages such a diverse challenge.
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Norwegian Air, leading low-cost long-haul airline, starts boarding passengers using facial recognition at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
The Dominican Republic is home to some unique environments, but how do we ensure aviation respects it? Melina Santos Vanderlinder from VINCI Airports explains the protective measures that have been implemented by VINCI Airports’ subsidiary Aerodom, which operates the concession of six airports in Dominican Republic.
The expansion project at Salvador Bahia Airport is less than 100 days from completion and already 85 per cent of the project is complete.
LATAM Airlines is Latin America’s leading airline group, with one of the largest route networks in the world, offering services to 143 destinations in 26 countries, including six domestic markets in Latin America. Javier Macias, General Manager and LATAM Airlines Group, reveals how the passenger experience is key to their…
AlertEnterprise caught Los Angeles World Airports' eye with its new identity management and credentialing system.
The new direct route, set to launch in December 2019, is hoped to increase tourism to both Salvador and Santiago while enhancing local economies.
ICAO cautioned that the insufficient compliance with aviation safety and security requirements presents a substantial threat in the Caribbean.
Finnair is offering biometric boarding at Los Angeles Airport, with a solution that has been running under the U.S. Biometric Exit trial programme.
JFK Airport and Vision-Box have signed an agreement to modernise passenger processing and roll out one of the largest biometric boarding platforms in the U.S.
All the apprenticeship classes will take place at DFW Airport's headquarters and will be offered at no cost to the employees.
Passenger traffic in Mexico grew by 8.4 per cent in 2018 which is ahead of the global rate, but this growth rate can only be sustained with the support from both Government and Industry.
IATA has called on the government of Colombia and aviation stakeholders to work together to grow the economic benefits that aviation delivers to the country.
Latin American States enjoyed a seven per cent increase in passenger traffic during 2017, yet this growth needs to be managed safely, efficiently and securely.