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ACI World director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the topic of cybersecurity and the organisation’s efforts to develop products and services to help airports prepare for and mitigate cyber-attacks.

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Blog: Eureka moment in the sky

Ideas typically come from pain points. We all have them. I wish I could invent a device to fold my laundry, writes Winnipeg Richardson International Airport's vice president for aviation marketing, Scott Marohn.

ACI NEWS October 18, 2019

World in motion

World in motion

ACI World’s communications manager, Sabrina Guerrieri, reports on the latest traffic trends, the relaunch of the Smart Security programme and ACI’s Vision 2040 for air transport security.

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LAX to open centralised pick-up point for taxis and ride apps

Los Angeles International Airport is set to open LAX-it at the end of the month, a new "amenity rich" centralised area where departing passengers can pick-up taxis and ride app services. 

MIA unveils its new baggage handling system

Miami International Airport yesterday unveiled its new state-of-the-art, fully automated baggage handling system to the world.

VINCI to upgrade Toulon Hyères Airport

VINCI today launched work to upgrade the runways and runway lighting system at Toulon Hyères Airport in France. 

Award for Vietnam's new Van Don International Airport

Van Don International Airport in Quang Ninh Province in Vietnam has been named 'Asia's Leading New Airport 2019' at the World Travel Awards (WTA) Asia & Oceania.

Ed Balls guest of honour at Gatwick's Transport Forum

Ed Balls, the UK's former Shadow Chancellor, gave the keynote speech at Gatwick’s Transport Forum on Friday.

F&B offerings expanded at Pittsburgh International Airport

The F&B offerings at Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) just got a little better with the opening of three new concepts – local favourites 'Franktuary' and the 'Melt Shop' and the global success 'Joe & The Juice'.

Humanoid Pepper touches down at Christchurch Airport

Meet, Pepper, Christchurch Airport's new 120cm tall robot that can apparently recognise faces and basic human emotions, respond to requests made on the touch screen on its chest, and hold a conversation!

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