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Emirates unveils 'biometric path' for passengers at Dubai International Airport

Emirates claims to be gearing up to launch the world’s first 'biometric path' which will offer its customers a smooth and truly seamless airport journey at its Dubai International Airport (DXB) hub.

Focus on efficiency

Thomas Romig, head of Geneva Airport’s new Airport Operations Centre (APOC), tells Airport World more about the benefits of the gateway’s new €1.8 million nerve centre.

AI and tunnel vision

New technology for screening staff in Oakland, a planned new biometric tunnel in Dubai, and an upgrade to JFK Terminal 4’s Security Operations Centre come under the spotlight in our security news round-up.

New aircraft fuel facility opens at Moscow Sheremetyevo

Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport has a third aircraft refuelling facilty after the successful commissioning of a centralised hydrant system serving its North Terminal.

Van Nuys Airport set to become solar power pioneer

Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) operated Van Nuys Airport is set to become California’s leading general aviation gateway for solar power production after unveiling its first solar panels and revealing plans for a further six projects.

Off airport check-in facilities open at Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

Passengers flying with home-based carriers Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, Hong Kong Airlines and HK Express can now check-in for flights from Hong Kong International Airport at the boudary crossing facilities of the new Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge.

Better for everyone

Synectics’ Greg Alcorn explains why he believes that intelligently integrated surveillance is fast becoming an airport’s most important HR tool.

Cork Airport expecting busy Bank Holiday weekend

Cork Airport is set for one of its busiest weekends of the year, with more than 45,000 passengers expected to travel through Ireland’s second largest airport this October Bank Holiday weekend.

Huge new building wrap unveiled at Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport is now home to one of Australia’s largest advertising building wraps courtesy of the 1,957sqm display on the western face of T1 International's multi-storey car park.

Another dimension

Smiths Detection’s global market director for aviation, Cameron Mann, discusses how CT technology can improve security, efficiency and the passenger experience at airport checkpoints.

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