Air passenger numbers are growing globally, presenting some unique challenges, beyond merely making sure airports are large enough to accommodate them, writes Christian Carstens.
After a successful biometric boarding pilot project at Ljubljana Airport, Amadeus believes that the industry has taken another step towards the creation of a common, centralised industry platform for the technology.
The day after Edmund Hillary (not yet knighted) and Tenzing Norgay were the first to summit Mount Everest in 1953, the morning’s headline read, 'Hillary on Everest', writes Sam Kamel.
Moscow–Sheremetyevo International Airport has began issuing passengers with e-boarding passes on domestic flights as part of the strategy to introduce automation and e-services.
Dublin Airport is taking part in a trial that will allow passengers to use the same biometric technology, processes and procedures to "seamlessly travel" between it and Bristol Airport in the UK.
Visby Airport has unveiled a new integrated bag drop system which it believes will make flying from the Swedish gateway easier and more convenient for passengers.
The integration of an airport’s operational planning and IT solutions is key to its successful digital transformation, writes Taner Chakar, product manager at Quintiq.
Hamad International Airport (HIA) has announced the successful completion of the first major phase of its Smart Airport programme, which will enable Qatar Airways to process more than 25% of its passengers using self-service check-in and bag-drop facilities.