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Before beginning any transformation programme it’s important to gain agreement and a clear strategic direction, but knowing where to begin once that has been established can be difficult. International Airport Review consulted with the industry on what some key considerations should be when rolling out biometrics in the airport, the results are explained…
Milan Linate Airport's redesigned terminal will improve the traveller experience and satisfaction of passengers through the introduction of new services and amenities.
The new HBS system at Guernsey Airport, which is being installed into its final position, will remove the need for random manual searches of hold baggage by security staff.
ICAO has expressed its concern at the apparent forced diversion of Ryanair Flight FR4978 and has launched a fact-finding investigation of the event.
In order to avoid chaos at airports once passenger numbers begin to increase, IATA has called on governments to adopt digital processes at airports to streamline the checking of travel health credentials.
With complete 5G coverage across the entire premises, it will be possible in the future to determine the exact location of devices and people, to transport luggage on self-driving vehicles, and to use autonomous robots to secure the site.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems can pose a threat to transportation security when flown too close to certain aviation, surface, or related transportation venues and many operators do not follow safety restrictions.
Earlier this year, we met with the International Airport Review Advisory Board to discuss the state of the aviation industry. The result is this detailed report which is free for subscribers to download.
By introducing the Simplified Arrival process at Charlotte Douglas Airport, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is now offering travellers a safe and touchless experience.
Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO of the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA), discusses the changes to the National Aerospace System and the role of the air traffic controller that are already taking place in the American aviation sector.
The development engineers of DFS Aviation Services are supported in their highly sensitive work by KVM-over-IP™ technology from Guntermann & Drunck.
By installing the CT scan machines in its Departures 1 area, Schiphol Airport has become one of the first major airports to utilise the technology.
International Airport Review asked Franck Maurin, Product and Solutions Director for Passenger Facilitation and Border Control at IDEMIA and Borry Vrieling, Founder and Managing Director of Eezeetags b.v., what the future of seamless travel looks like for airports?
By receiving the certification, Hamad Airport is able to instil confidence in its stakeholders and affirm its ongoing commitment to implement industry best practice.