Going through security at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) just got a little easier due to an increase in the number of checkpoints utilising automated screening lane (ASL) technology.
London Heathrow will now have its clean and waste water services provided by a single supplier – Affinity for Business.
The football World Cup was good for Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport which handled 11% more passengers and 16% more aircraft movements over the last month than it did during the corresponding period a year ago.
Canada's Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains, will lead the country's delegation at the Farnborough International Airshow in the UK this week to underscoe the importance of Canada's aerospace industry.
UK Aviation Minister Baroness Sugg has offered her congratulations to London Luton Airport (LLA), which marks its 80th birthday today.
Terri Morrissey and Richard Plenty provide their thoughts on the importance of empathy for the passenger experience.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has given the green light to Swinerton Builders to design and construct its new Intermodal Transportation Facility–West (ITF-West), an integral component of the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP).
Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has revealed that it intends to become Canada's first IATA certified pharmaceutical logistics hub.
The delivery of contextually aware information and the use of new technologies are helping pave the way for richer passenger experiences and boosting airport revenues, writes Clare Williams.
Southampton Airport in the UK has been praised for providing special assistance to passengers with hidden disabilities.