Wellington Airport and the CUTE clubs at Auckland and Christchurch airports have invested in Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE solution.
From self-service bag drop to a single passenger token, Hamad International Airport is embracing new technology to create a seamless “smart airport”.
The common-use early check-in counters and lounge enable passengers flying with any of the 23 participating airlines to check-in hours before departure.
Premium travellers have access to the Business Class Check-in area, which includes dedicated check-in counters, customer service desks and kiosks.
The new kiosk, which has been designed to support current and future technology trends, is already in operation at Amsterdam, CDG and Orly airports.
Narita International Airport has made a fresh investment in common use, self-service and digital signage, continuing its relationship with Rockwell Collins.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has installed 15 check-in counters at the new cruise terminal, to simplify the ship-to-aircraft transit experience.
Jetstar Asia CEO Barathan Pasupathi on how self-service, a digital focus and putting the customer at the heart of the business is having a positive impact.
Changi Airport Group CIO Steve Lee discusses the Group’s biometrics-related plans and considers the merits of wearables and single passenger tokens.
Peach’s inventive new self-service kiosks feature a cardboard exterior, 32-inch screen and can be delivered at around 20% of the cost of traditional kiosks.