easyJet is investing in a raft of new technologies to improve its operations, and among them is 3D printing, which will be used to replace parts like arm rests.
Gogo has received the first of two Supplemental Type Certificates from the FAA, which are required for it to be able to launch its 2Ku connectivity service.
Google’s Megan Danielson, Head of Travel Industry, and Max Coppin, Partner Development Manager, will address delegates at Future Travel Experience Global 2015.
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The switchover to central security at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is now complete, with a total of five central checkpoints now in operation.
The US Preclearance programme could be expanded to 10 new airports, including Heathrow, Schiphol, Brussels, Narita, Istanbul and Stockholm Arlanda.
Finnish airport operator Finavia has introduced self-service bag drop at Turku Airport, following recent implementations at Helsinki and Oulu airports.
Korean Air has been awarded a Fast Travel Green certificate in recognition of its efforts to simplify the passenger experience at Incheon Airport.
A cinema has opened at Vilnius Airport, where passengers can watch Lithuanian short feature films, documentaries and cartoons while they wait for their flight.
Aruba, the Netherlands, Aruba Airport Authority, Schiphol Group, KLM and Vision-Box have launched the first of its kind Aruba Happy Flow project.
The £16 million development of the Western Pier will include the installation of electronic boarding gates, charging points and more seating for travellers.