FTE paid a visit to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to explore the Schiphol Security Experience, which sets a new benchmark by delivering “security as a service”.
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Oslo Airport has announced that it has started testing four security scanners as it aims to “bring state-of-the-art security screening to Avinor facilities”.
Ryanair customers who purchase the Business Plus product will soon be able to skip security queues at Gatwick, Ciampino and Eindhoven airports.
Two “avatars” have been introduced in Terminal A with the aim of helping to ensure passengers know what to expect when they reach the security checkpoint.
Self-service access control e-gates have been installed at the entrance to the departures hall at Larnaca International Airport in Cyprus.
Melbourne Airport and Qantas have signed an agreement to take part in a Smart Security pilot, which will take place in 2015.
Economy passengers can now make use of security Fast Track Lanes at Budapest Airport after the initiative was extended beyond premium travellers.
Aéroports de Montréal’s Antoine Rostworowski discusses how Smart Security, automation and a single passenger token can help improve airport security and immigration.
With security in US and UK airports being stepped up again, FTE explores how airlines and airports can more effectively communicate with passengers to avoid widespread confusion.