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Stansted has become one of the first airports in the UK to be Friendly WiFi certified, following other public transport hubs in making their Wi-Fi safer.
The first IoT application at Schiphol involves the option for passengers to share real-time feedback regarding their experiences in the toilet facilities.
Heathrow Airport has scored the best in a new report which identifies the most – and least – family-friendly airports in the UK.
Denver is to provide visually-impaired guests with a service that describes the airport's surroundings via their phone camera.
Wi-Fi speeds at LAX now exceed 70 Mbps, placing the airport 16th in a list of the top 51 airports for Wi-Fi speed within the U.S. and Canada.
With the rise of ride-sharing services, airports are having to minimise the impact these vehicles are having on congestion at the terminal. But where to start?
New AI-powered chatbot adviser at Sendai Airport will provide passengers with friendly, expert service, guidance, tips and more.
Delving deep into the airport IT and security sectors, our recent survey results offer opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
Passengers can now browse the web with speeds up to 100 MBPS, as the airport strives to improve the passenger experience.
Quiet, eco-friendly and high-tech, the new electric buses at Brussels Airport continue with the trend of carbon neutrality throughout the airport.
Technology has always been at the forefront of progression in the aviation industry, but what can we look forward to in 2019? Here are 10 of the technologies set to make a big impact...
Study conducted by PowWowNow has developed a list of best and worst airports to work remotely at, Japan tops the list, while the UK falls short.
Aviation is a massive industry, contributing $2.7 trillion to the global economy. But industry size and growth projections do not necessarily translate into business success for airports...