FTE takes a look at how Asian airlines are embracing the latest technological developments to improve the in-flight passenger experience.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Daniel Tanciar discusses the impact of Automated Passport Control, Mobile Passport Control and dedicated airport action plans.
FTE explores how Dubai Airports, LG Electronics, JD Power and AirIT expect technological developments and ‘Generation Y’ to define the future airport.
Virgin Atlantic, SITA, Droiders and JAL outline why wearable technology has an important role to play in improving the passenger experience.
Hilton Worldwide’s Josh Weiss outlines the company’s smartphone strategy and explains how Hilton can work with airlines to improve the end-to-end travel experience.
FTE explores how airports and airlines could make use of the new Apple Watch to improve the passenger experience through wearable technology.
FTE was onboard Norwegian’s first Dreamliner-operated LGW-JFK service, where we spoke to the airline’s CEO about how the carrier will redefine the long-haul passenger experience.
Mary Kirby explores the latest advancements in aircraft tracking technology, and assesses how connectivity can have major benefits from nose to tail.
JetBlue, Saudia, OnAir and Runway Girl Network share their views on the current state of the in-flight connectivity market and look ahead to 2020.
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FTE explores the new passenger-focused guidelines from ACI EUROPE, which provides a practical tool to help airports improve their passenger experience.