Bangalore International Airport has pioneered the beta version of the DigiYatra App, which processes passenger movements and experience at the airport through face biometrics.
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At Passenger Terminal Expo 2022, we caught up with the Chief Operations & Maintenance Officer of Los Angeles World Airports to talk travel trends.
After speaking at the International Airport Online Summit, Kirk Goodlet, Director of Facilitation and Product Development at Winnipeg Airports Authority, argues that now, more than ever, is the time for the industry to return to standardisation and harmonisation.
At PTE in Paris, we spoke with the Head of Operations about his trends to watch in air travel.
In this two-part series, Maurice Jenkins, Head of Digital Strategy and Chief Innovation Officer at Miami International Airport talks to International Airport Review about how the airport is working to provide a seamless travel journey to all their passengers through touchless and contactless technology.
As Changi Airport prepares to meet the expected increase in passenger traffic in the months ahead, Changi Airport Group has announced the return of operations in Terminal 2.
Miami International Airport will have largest rollout of biometric technology in the U.S.
The airport as a mobility hub: Imagining an intermodal transportation crossroads for digital innovation and economic growth
Sarah Wittlieb, Vice President Sales & Innovation, LabCampus GmbH, a subsidiary of Munich Airport, explains why it is a necessity for airports to become a destination in their own right.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has welcomed Spirit Airlines new automated self-bag drop with a biometric photo solution, to ensure a frictionless check-in experience for passengers.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: terminal interiors, sustainable airports, airport development, innovation, route development, technology, and security, as well as an in-depth focus on digital transformation.
Queen Alia International Airport, in collaboration with Royal Jordanian Airlines, will trial test new biometric solutions and technology for passengers travelling on select flights to Istanbul.