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Cincinnati Airport is soaring into the record books. Ranked fastest-growing U.S. airport, it’s also the first to implement Veovo’s Guest Prediction technology at U.S security checkpoints, cutting peak wait times by more than 15 minutes...
With airports playing increasingly important roles as business magnets and metropolitan economic accelerators, John D. Kasarda, PhD, President of the Aerotropolis Institute China, describes this aerotropolis development process and how it is being applied in China to attract investment, boost trade, and increase passenger and cargo volumes.
The process of moving passengers through an airport needs to be secure, seamless, rapid and deliver a positive experience for all travellers.
For many years, Gatwick Airport has been successfully transforming the airport experience to help achieve its ambitious strategy to be London’s transit hub of choice.
For many, the most stressful part of air travel is the waiting at the airport. Crowded terminals and longer queues and wait times for check-in, security, customs, baggage claim, and even taxi queues quickly turn anxious travelers into frustrated passengers.
Digital control towers: what was once a concept, confined to a niche of the industry, is now an operational reality for a growing number of airports around the world...
As a result of our latest innovation, the so called Remote Tower system, Budapest Airport will be the first among the world's medium-capacity airports, where the arrival and departure air traffic control can be remotely navigated by Hungarian Air Traffic Controllers...
A challenge that many airport pass offices face worldwide is the impact of large new infrastructure projects to address the projected long-term increase in passenger numbers.
8 February 2018 | By Leidos
Delivering the next generation airport
With passenger volumes rising steadily, the global aviation system is facing a challenge: How to accommodate more air traffic when politics and economics make it difficult to expand airports on the ground.
How much do you really know about your passengers and their journey through your airport?
Artificial intelligence has been around for a long time. However recent advances in machine learning and access to cloud computing have allowed organisations to implement effective AI solutions.
Airport ecosystems are amongst the most complex in the world and dealing with these complexities in the context of the whole airport process is a significant and multi-faceted data challenge.
In this white paper, Neil Norman outlines how airports can smooth the journey for their passengers from check-in to gate without expanding a single foot.