Airports Turn to Smart Windows to Improve Passenger Experience

Airports Turn to Smart Windows to Improve Passenger Experience

  New study demonstrates View Dynamic Glass improves airport passenger experience; increases revenue; reduces operational expenses. View®, the leader in dynamic glass, today announced the results of a study on the impact of in-terminal passenger experience and its correlation to...
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Transparency in Payments Live in Finland, Norway and Sweden

Transparency in Payments Live in Finland, Norway and Sweden

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that Transparency in Payments (TIP) has been implemented in the Finland, Norway and Sweden markets. TIP, which is being introduced in conjunction with NewGen ISS, is an industry in...
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Dubai Airports moves workforce to Box

Dubai Airports moves workforce to Box

  Dubai Airports, the operator of the city’s two airports, has moved its workforce to Box, In 2016, the company selected Box to manage its cloud content and has now moved nearly 2,000 employees to this system. Afterthat Dubai Airports...
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Intelligent cabin project gains support by German government

Intelligent cabin project gains support by German government

A three-year project co-initiated by Etihad Airways Engineering and Boeing aims to make an aircraft cabin smarter by networking its components—seats, galleys, lavatories and baggage bins. The project has gained support from the German government, which has g...
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Security Sparks Growth

Security Sparks Growth

Advances in video management software and systems integration are creating positive new uses for video data at airports—well beyond security. According to Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), national and foreign airlines serving the United States in 2...
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Automated Screening Lanes Installed at Some LAX Security Checkpoints

Automated Screening Lanes Installed at Some LAX Security Checkpoints

All 14 of the security checkpoint lanes at the terminal have now been replaced with new, automated screening technology that officials said will allow up to five passengers to fill trays with personal belongings simultaneously and move to the body...
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IATA Reiterates Strong Support for New Mexico City Airport

IATA Reiterates Strong Support for New Mexico City Airport

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) emphasized its strong support for the construction of a new international airport for Mexico City that was launched in 2014 to replace Benito Juárez International Airport. “With its enormous local popul...
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Terminal Technologies In-Depth Focus 2018

Terminal Technologies In-Depth Focus 2018

Airports are working more than ever to ensure passengersreceive a pleasant travel experience, and innovative technology is being deployed throughout many of the world’s busiest terminals to help achieve customer service excellence. This In-Depth Focus explor...
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Over 60 airports in China using facial recognition technology for security checks

Over 60 airports in China using facial recognition technology for security checks

The system, developed by the Chongqing Institute of Green and Intelligent Technology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has been used by around 80 percent of the country’s airports whose annual passenger throughput is in excess of 30 million people....
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IATA Launches Certification Program for Animals Travelling by Air

IATA Launches Certification Program for Animals Travelling by Air

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched a new standardized global certification program to improve the safety and welfare of animals travelling by air. The Center of Excellence for Independent Validators for Live Animals Logistics (CEIV...
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