The Port of Seattle, which operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, claims to have became the first port in the US to adopt principles to ensure that implementation of public-facing facial recognition technology is "clearly justified, equitable, and transparent".
Two famous Dutch brands, Heineken and KLM, have partnered to bring a new bar experience to passengers using the airline's stylish new ‘Non-Schengen Crown Lounge’ at Amsterdam Schiphol.
In just over three weeks’ time, plastic cutlery, drinking straws, take-away food packaging and polythene bags will start to disappear from cafés, restaurants and shops at Dubai International Airport (DXB).
An innovative cross border arrival management system, known as XMAN, has gone into operation at Gatwick Airport following a successful SESAR trial run by NATS and partners across Europe.
Airports are incredibly complex, interconnected ecosystems, whose performance is highly dependent upon hundreds of stakeholders aligning and operating in unison, writes Shell Aviation's Thomas de Boer.
Tunisia's Enfidah-Hammamet Airport turned ten this week and the country's Minister of Transport and Handicrafts, René Trabelsi, made a flying visit to the gateway to celebrate the occasion.
Ottawa International Airport marked International Day of Persons with Disabilities by announcing that it has received an Accessibility Certified Gold rating under the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification (RHFAC) programme.
Perth Airport is turning to technology to help it enhance the passenger experience and better equip it to handle traffic growth.