United Airlines’ passengers are the first to be able to scan their passports via the carrier’s app, enabling them to make use of mobile check-in for international flights.
San Francisco International Airport has unveiled a prototype of an app that can help visually impaired passengers navigate through the airport terminal.
The 10,000sqm lounge includes a business centre, family area, games room, prayer rooms, shower rooms and an infinity pool water feature.
To coincide with the famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh Airport is hosting live stand-up comedy and theatre productions in the arrivals hall.
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Qantas will invest in refurbishing the cabins on its Boeing 737-800s, while more aircraft will be equipped with the Q-streaming wireless IFE service.
Emirates now offers Audio Description soundtracks for movies on its in-flight entertainment system, making the content more accessible to visually impaired travellers.
The 2014 Wireless Connectivity Survey has found that in-flight Wi-Fi affects flight choice for 66% of travellers, and 17% would switch allegiances if Wi-Fi is not offered.
Monarch has introduced its new wireless IFE system, MPlayer, which offers passengers paid access to movies and music via their own electronic devices.
Skymark Airlines has become the first carrier in Japan to offer passengers access to free onboard Wi-Fi, having teamed up with Panasonic Avionics.