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The final phase of Denver International Airport’s Great Hall Project has been given the green light by Denver City Council, allowing the airport to progress with the building’s design work.
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Maria Dahlhaus, Managing Director of Munich Airport Terminal 2, outlines how they seek to offer their passengers a taste of the ‘Bavarian spirit’ and how they are evolving to meet the new passenger needs.
Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport has begun the trials for a passenger facial recognition programme, including self-bag drop, in partnership with Aena, Vueling, and other technology companies.
Australian airports are working together to support the joint campaign ‘No More Carry On’, to remind passengers to not be disruptive or abusive towards other travellers and airline and airport staff.
Di Lintott, a SeMS Auditor with the UK Civil Aviation Authority, examines the role SeMS will play as the aviation industry recovery begins, and what the future will hold for SeMS as the CAA continues to push forward in modernising its oversight approach.
In collaboration with Pangiam and Google Cloud, AGS Airports Ltd has launched the new Project DARTMOUTH, which aims to transform airport security operations with modern technologies.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is set to trial digital identity services, allowing enrolled digital ID holders to access airside locations by simply scanning their face at the security checkpoint.
Robson Freitas, Head of Operations, Safety and Security at Belo Horizonte International Airport, explains how his airport manages its baggage operations and how airports can offer new baggage services to their passengers which improve the customer experience.
Nashville International Airport is the first to attain the new 'Better Cities for Pets' programme launched by Mars Petcare, due to a rising demand for pet-friendly travel options.
London Heathrow Airport and Microsoft have partnered to trial the world’s first artificial intelligence system to combat illegal wildlife trafficking in cargo and baggage passing through the airport.
Released by Crime Stoppers International, Wildlife Sentinel is a new mobile app designed to help staff at airports, airlines, and other aviation companies report suspected wildlife trafficking.