TSA Administrator Peter Neffenger outlines how inspiration from European airports and closer collaboration with US airports will help drive improvements.
Finavia is trialling the new scanner as part of its efforts to expedite the security screening process while maintaining the highest levels of security.
Computed tomography (CT) security screening equipment, an automatic tray return system and a new body scanner machine are being trialled at Changi Airport.
The new automatic tray return systems improve the ambience in the security screening area and allow up to four people to load trays at the same time.
The project includes a new and expanded security screening area, a landside reconfiguration and the introduction of a new passenger lounge and retail hub.
As part of its strategy to appeal to business travellers, Ryanair’s fast track service is now available at a total of 25 airports across Europe.
IATA’s Guido Peetermans provides an update on the Smart Security project and explains how the Melbourne Airport trial can benefit the wider Asia Pacific region.
The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-based system will enable the airport to provide passengers with accurate waiting times and inform staff of potential bottlenecks. Read full article »
FTE explores how facial, iris and fingerprint biometric technology is being used at airports in the US, EU, Australia and Singapore to expedite and secure passenger processing.
Bangalore International Airport Limited has partnered with Kaba to explore the benefits of e-gates at the entrance to the domestic security area.