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Articles tagged “airport technology”

Airlines

Airports Go Beyond Contactless Tech to Cope With Returning Passenger Rush

Many airports have pushed through years' worth of digital transformation in months. But are they ready to cope with a rising tide of passenger traffic?

Airports Go Beyond Contactless Tech to Cope With Returning Passenger Rush

Airlines

Prague Revamps Airport to Be Friendlier to Remote Workers Flying for Team Meetings

Prague's airport has debuted new perks and processes to boost its appeal as a transfer and stopover hub. The Czech capital hopes to attract more off-site gatherings and business retreats.

Prague Revamps Airport to Be Friendlier to Remote Workers Flying for Team Meetings

Online Travel

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic

The travel sector couldn't afford to lose money on efforts done merely to appear innovative for social media optics. So the companies and destinations rediscovered innovation's original spirit. They focused on lasting boosts to operational performance and traveler satisfaction.

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic

Airlines

Airports Push for New Contactless Tech and Automation as Budgets Shrink

The airport sector needs to invest in contactless tech and automation through the challenges. A recent product contest with vendors and a new accreditation program may help airports make progress.

Airports Push for New Contactless Tech and Automation as Budgets Shrink

Coronavirus

Airports Look to Tech to Ensure Social Distancing of Flyers

Mind the gap.

Airports Look to Tech to Ensure Social Distancing of Flyers

Coronavirus

Etihad to Test New Airport Scanners for Pinpointing Sick Passengers

New tech can screen passengers for elevated heart rates, respiratory rates, and temperatures. The kiosks sound minimal enough. But their accuracy and speed still need to be proven under busy airport conditions.

Etihad to Test New Airport Scanners for Pinpointing Sick Passengers

Airlines

The Rise of Smart Airports: A Skift Deep Dive

After years of being stuck in the past, new "smart" airports are embracing technology and data to improve the experience for both passengers and vendors. But progress is still slow, widening the gap between cutting-edge and archaic facilities. What's needed? More vision, less bureaucracy.

The Rise of Smart Airports: A Skift Deep Dive

Airlines

How Abu Dhabi Airport Prepares for 45 Million Passengers

Abu Dhabi is preparing for dramatic growth ahead of demand by modernizing IT systems and introducing more automation to the passenger process. This is a general trend at major international hubs, which serve as convenient transfer terminals for extra long-haul flights, and want to have passengers spending more time shopping or dining and less time standing in line.

How Abu Dhabi Airport Prepares for 45 Million Passengers

Airlines

Airlines and Airports Look Beyond the Industry to Improve Digital Retail

Airlines and airports need to leverage data assets and embrace technological improvements with greater speed, if they are to keep up with other digital consumer services. The word "silos" came up again in discussions on managing airline and airport data exchange, and that word comes up too often.

Airlines and Airports Look Beyond the Industry to Improve Digital Retail