New concessions, store openings and the power of sense of place retail come under the microscope in our round-up of the latest retail/F&B stories from across the globe.
New York-JFK’s Terminal One Group is to work with technology firm, Vision-Box, to modernise T1’s passenger processing procedures by rolling out one of the largest facial biometric boarding platforms at a US airport.
Park Assist, LLC, has announced the results of a five-month long data-driven study conducted in collaboration with Brisbane Airport Corporation quantifying the impact of its camera-based smart sensor parking guidance system (PGS) on the airport’s parker experience.
Some clever digital Out of Home ads at London Stansted Airport are enabling commuters to make quick-fire judgements on the quickest route into Central London.
Heinemann Duty Free has opened three new sales spaces with new concepts at Hamburg Airport.
With conservative predictions forecasting a doubling of air traffic over the next two decades, Britain’s aviation sector is rightly bracing itself for a surge in demand, write Daniel Bailey and John Barter.
SSP Group PLC has secured an eight-year contract worth circa €203 million to open seven food and beverage units at Alicante-Elche Airport in Spain.
Despite all the Brexit doom and gloom, London Heathrow’s passenger numbers continue to rise, climbing by 0.5% in March to 6.5 million passengers.
Houston Airport System and Cabo Frio Airport in Brazil have signed an agreement to create a pipeline of air cargo between two of the largest oil, gas and energy clusters in the Americas.
A second group of innovators have begun a 16-week accelerator programme to “field test” and develop their concepts in a real-world airport environment at San Diego International Airport (SAN).