Aviation is the future of travel. By no other means can you travel as far, as fast. And it is ripe for change and technological disruption, writes Nick Magliocchetti.
The arrival of biometrics is radically transforming the passenger experience in airports, writes Gemalto's Nora Blomefield.
Simply enabling customers to travel from point A to point B has long expired as the main requirement of a modern airport, writes Andy Bordass.
MAG, the UK’s largest airport group, has launched its own technology and e-commerce business to respond to technology-driven changes in the way passengers travel and to move the airport experience into a new digital era.
Airports need to demonstrate their ability to deliver real value to airlines in the form of improved operational efficiency, enhanced passenger experience and revenue enablement, according to a new report.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) claims to have become the first airport on the planet to use Bluetooth beacon technology to track and despatch wheelchairs for passengers in need of assistance.
Amsterdam Schiphol today introduced its new website www.schiphol.nl and app, which it hopes will provide passengers travelling via Schiphol with the most personalised experience possible.
Greece's regional airports are turning to SITA's common-use terminal equipment (CUTE) technology to help them increase their passenger processing efficiency.