Skanska USA’s Dwight Pullen offers his thoughts on how airports can maintain security during the construction of major new facilities.
Terry Hartmann, Unisys’ vice president global transportation, North America, argues that IT holds the key to harmonising the facilitation and security processes at the world’s airports.
Montréal-Trudeau is reaping the rewards of deploying advanced technologies and finding new ways of working to improve passenger flows and customer convenience while maintaining high security standards, writes Christiane Beaulieu.
Airport World reports on the trial, development and installation of a handful of new security technologies.
In the spotlight: Customer service
Airport report: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta
Special report: ASQ winners
Plus: Chinese airport development & security
Vienna Airport is forecasting its passenger traffic numbers will rise by up to 2% and net profit to reach at least €85 million in 2015, reports claim.
In the spotlight: Security
Airport: Durban’s King Shaka
Special report: Spaceports
Plus: Airport design & People matters
London Luton Airport has evacuated the terminal building after a suspicious item was found in the security search area.
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not allow mobile phones or other electronic devices on US-bound aircraft at some overseas airports if the devices are not charged up.