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John Jarrell, head of Amadeus Airport IT, reflects on the findings of a new report that explores the long-term potential of digital technologies for airports.
ACI director general, Angela Gittens, reflects on the role retail/F&B concessions play in raising revenue and boosting passenger satisfaction levels.
How can airport retail remain relevant as shopping patterns change? Aircommerce’s Melvin Broekaart believes that greater collaboration and data sharing between different industry stakeholders are key to its future success.
HMSHost’s CEO, Steve Johnson, provides his thoughts on the type of F&B innovation required to excite and delight travellers in modern airports.
Privatised airports are turning to ‘airside integrators’ to help them reduce costs, increase safety and boost efficiency, writes ICAO safety consultant, Dr Fethi Chebil.
Interactive signage, automated lighting and directional audio can help transform the passenger experience in airport terminals, writes AVIXA’s Brad Grimes.
Richard Plenty and Terri Morrissey provide their thoughts on how the changing nature of work can impact psychological wellbeing.
From digital displays, giant sculptures and famous paintings to weird and wonderful exhibitions, Joe Bates reviews some of the most innovative new airport art offerings of 2018.
A holistic, sense of place driven approach to airport development can have a hugely positive impact on retail and F&B revenues, writes John Matheson.
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