Smiths Detection has been awarded a new, multi-million pound contract with the UK's Ministry of Defence (MOD) to provide a wide range of aviation security solutions across all MOD airports globally.
As airports plan future improvements to enhance the air travel experience, they may want to look at what’s outside their front doors, says HNTB.
Amsterdam Schiphol is trialling a new a ‘biometric self-boarding’ system for passengers in conjunction with Dutch national flag carrier, KLM.
New research by an online travel agency in the UK claims that as many as one fifth of Britons has accidentally taken items onboard a plane that were classed as 'restricted/prohibited'.
Bristol Airport in the UK has announced plans to upgrade its security equipment and voice communication system.
Amsterdam Schiphol is testing two new screening systems that will allow passengers to leave liquids and laptops in their hand luggage when passing through airport security.
Montréal Trudeau is being used as a test bed by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) for a new pre-board screening line that is expected to transform the passenger experience at airport security.
A new checkpoint concept, which it is claimed could halve the time spent in security by millions of passengers at airports around the world, is being trialled at Shannon Airport.
The world's busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta, has announced its lowest security wait times in seven years after processing 96% of the passengers using its main checkpoint in under 20 minutes during the month of July.