Melbourne Airport and Qantas have signed an agreement to take part in a Smart Security pilot, which will take place in 2015.
Guests can borrow Surface Pro 3 tablets, watch movies, book nap boxes, and enjoy Belgian food and drink in the new ‘The Loft’ at Brussels Airport.
Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport has announced the purchase of 20 Border Xpress Automated Passport Control kiosks, which will go live in February 2015.
Virgin Atlantic’s new 787 Dreamliner has entered service and passengers can make use of Panasonic’s eXConnect Ku-band Wi-Fi service, plus Vera Touch 2 IFE.
Qantas will retrofit its A330 fleet with new Business Suites, which for the first time will allow passengers to recline from take-off through to landing.
Etihad Airways has put 13 crew members through a specially tailored training course with The Savoy Hotel as part of their preparations to become ‘flying butlers’.
Featuring star members of the cast from all three films from The Hobbit Trilogy, watch Air New Zealand’s ‘The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made’.
Qantas is the first airline in the Asia-Pacific region to achieve IATA Fast Travel Platinum status, while Narita Airport is exploring Fast Travel opportunities.
Aruba Airport Authority has confirmed the purchase of Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks, bringing the technology outside of the US and Canada for the first time.
Passengers flying from San Antonio International Airport can now use touch-screen kiosks to browse e-books and download content to their own device.