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Baggage Handling In-Depth Focus 2018

19 December 2018 | By

With passenger numbers continuing on their exponential increase, the baggage that these passengers carry is expected to increase at the same rate. To deal with such pressure on the current system, the industry must develop. From the checking-in of baggage off-airport, to autonomous processing systems, baggage handling must adapt, just…

Guide to… Facial Recognition

19 December 2018 | By

As airport capacity continues to push its current boundaries, infrastructural developments are not the only way to copy with passenger growth. To cater for the growing needs of passengers, airports must do all they can to ease congestion within their operations. Facial recognition, and the biometric technology behind it, provides…

Airport Showcase 2018

19 December 2018 | By

As the face of aviation changes, airports must adapt. From the bigger and better terminals, to the diversification of operations to enhance the passenger experience. We showcase some examples of best practice in terminal and airside operations and how the industry can learn from innovative and forward-thinking companies.

Airport IT & Security 2018 Preview

30 October 2018 | By

In its eighth year, Airport IT and Airport Security are co-located conferences that will bring together representatives from the world's major international airports and regional hubs for two days of networking, insight, discussion and debate into the latest security and IT challenges, innovations and opportunities.

Winter Operations In-Depth Focus 2018

15 August 2018 | By

How can airports and airlines ensure that their winter operations will stand up to the harsh reality of snowfall and ice on an airfield? We examine the strategies that are put in place, how effective teamwork is a real asset, and the technological advances that have benefited this sector.

Passenger Experience In-Depth Focus 2018

14 August 2018 | By

Ensuring that passengers have a pleasant experience at the airport is crucial, not only for customer satisfaction but also to enhance non-aeronautical revenue streams. Airports are therefore getting ever more creative in a bid to attract and maintain their passengers, and new technologies are playing an ever-increasing role…

Guide to… Remote Digital Towers

13 June 2018 | By

With air traffic set to double over the next 20 years, airport operations are becoming stretched and airports are turning to technology to ensure efficiency isn’t affected. Drawing upon the knowledge of regulators, airports and ANSPs, International Airport Review’s Guide To… Remote Digital Towers will reveal the benefits of one…

Passenger Processing In-Depth Focus 2018

12 June 2018 | By

From the ever-increasing use of self-service, to the streamlining of security processes, to the deployment of innovative new technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence, the way that airports process their passengers is changing. This In-Depth Focus profiles some of the innovative ways airports are embracing new technology to the…

Ground Handling In-Depth Focus 2018

11 June 2018 | By

The pressure exerted on to ground handling companies is ever-increasing in today’s busy airport environment, so the question remains of how ground handlers can enhance their efficiency, whilst keeping operations safe and within budget. Whist some are turning towards automation, others are championing a joined-up approach to airside operations.

Terminal Technologies In-Depth Focus 2018

26 February 2018 | By

Airports are working more than ever to ensure passengers receive a pleasant travel experience, and innovative technology is being deployed throughout many of the world’s busiest terminals to help achieve customer service excellence. This In-Depth Focus explores some recent digital and innovative developments that are helping to transform the airport…

Winter Operations In-Depth Focus 2018

22 February 2018 | By

Ensuring airport operations are seamless and uninterrupted during harsh winter weather remains a critical component in the overall operation of an airport. Learning from previous winter experiences, finding new ways to improve, and a joined-up effort between different service partners all contribute to a successful winter season. Read on to…

Baggage Handling In-Depth Focus 2017

29 November 2017 | By

Lost and mishandled baggage is a continued fear of many passengers, and although huge improvements have already been made in this area, many experts believe further development is needed. But is more technology required to streamline processes, or is more time and money needed to train baggage handling staff?

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