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.
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”.
The “one-stop” customs process allows passengers to pick-up their checked bags before clearing the Customs and Border Protection checks in a single step. Read full article »
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”.
FTE kicks off the ‘Year of Innovation’ by highlighting various ways in which airports, airlines and other stakeholders can improve the travel experience on the ground.
Willie Walsh, Craig Kreeger and Paul Griffiths discuss their passenger experience plans and frustrations, and why collaboration is key to making improvements.
Melbourne Airport and Qantas have signed an agreement to take part in a Smart Security pilot, which will take place in 2015.
Aéroports de Montréal’s Antoine Rostworowski discusses how Smart Security, automation and a single passenger token can help improve airport security and immigration.
Doha’s new Hamad International Airport and home carrier Qatar Airways will trial the Smart Security concept, while the airline has also received the Fast Travel Green Award.
The co-located application centre has opened at Pittsburgh International Airport and allows travellers to choose the programme that best suits their needs.