Simpler testing, affordability, and sustainability are key priorities for the restoration of the UK’s aviation industry, according to the International Air Transport Association’s latest agenda.
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A new Drop Zone, sponsored by Danske Bank, has been launched at Belfast City Airport to help business and leisure travellers stay digitally connected with charging zones and free Wi-Fi.
An international public tender has been announced for the search of a contractor to construct the new passenger departures terminal in Vilnius Airport.
For travellers passing through Toronto Pearson Airport, Uber Eats has launched a new passenger food collection option, allowing users to skip the queue and a speedier pick-up experience.
Zurich Airport is the first airport to be equipped with Google’s Live View feature in Google Maps, allowing passengers and visitors to navigate terminal areas using the camera function.
In partnership with Servy, operator of Dubai International Airport, Dubai Airports, has launched the regions first mobile food, beverage, and retail ordering service, DXB&more.
A worldwide deployment of standardised digital health certificates has been requested by the Flight Safety Foundation to be accelerated by the aviation industry, regulators, and health authorities.
New software that calculates gate pushbacks at busy hub airports, has been announced by the U.S. Transportation Department’s FAA and NASA, with aims to launch the advanced technology at 27 airports.
Arul Gopi, Senior Manager – IT Network & Security at Bangalore International Airport, explains that with the advent of digitalisation in airports comes increased cyber-risk and how airports should address this.
Perth Airport continues to launch new COVID-19-safe initiatives and practices including touchless technology throughout its terminals and car parks, to maintain the safety of passengers and staff.
Western Sydney International Airport will introduce new technology and innovative design to speed up passenger movements, setting a new benchmark for Australian air travel.
On 28 September 2021, Dell Technologies and NVIDIA will host a webinar that will explore how data-driven insights are helping the airport industry drive operational efficiencies by reducing risk and maximising revenue.
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.
EUROCONTROL inaugurates construction work on the new Network Manager’s operation’s centre based in Brussels, which aims to host advanced operational systems and IT infrastructure.