Miami International Airport will have largest rollout of biometric technology in the U.S.
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West Virginia International Yeager Airport has launched a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection General Aviation Facility, to ensure little to no wait time for international clearance.
As part of its terminal expansion, Gold Coast Airport has installed four aerobridges that will connect passengers to their next journey.
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.
At today's, 18 November 2021, Three Amigo Summit, the Presidents of the U.S., Mexico, and Canada's Prime Minister are being urged to streamline cross-border travel rules.
Bulgaria has become one of the first countries in Europe to comprehensively prepare its busiest air borders for the EU-wide Entry/Exit System. Nikolay Dimchev, Managing Director of SSARM, shares its most interesting findings and the added value for passengers, border control and airports.
Aviation will continue to struggle to recover, according to the International Air Transport Association, if COVID-19 travel restrictions and regimes continue to be inconsistent and complex.
The UK government is set to re-evaluate the UK’s travel regime, as London Heathrow Airport’s passenger volumes remain below pre-COVID-19 numbers due to changing restrictions and testing requirements.
During July and August 2021, Emirates’ airports provided safe resumption of travel for its passengers and experienced an increase of customer volumes, since the ease of COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Finavia will open the magnificent entrance to Helsinki Airport and the updated traffic arrangements for passengers, in around 100 days on 1 December 2021.
If the pilot is successful, biometric gates will be rolled out further. At the moment the biometric gate is specifically for Lufthansa flights.
In this jam-packed issue we feature articles from industry experts on a range of topics including: contactless technology; resilience and recovery; noise management; airport economics; digital identities; security culture; baggage operations; winter operations and also, an event review of our hugely successful Airport of the Future Online Summit which took…
The main goal of the pilot was to understand the effect that using standard solutions was having on the amount of time taken to process TCNs.
By 2022, Iceland, like all Schengen states, will have to comply with European Entry/Exit System (EU/EES) regulations. The new system will include the biometric identification and verification of travellers, based on a facial image and four fingerprints, at all border crossing points (air, land, and sea).