Articles Tagged: “Passenger Screening”

TSA rejects security scanners following trial

Security & Facilitation // Aug 2012 // No Comments

TSA rejects security scanners following trial

The TSA has rejected four footwear scanning devices following a trial period, ending hopes of a significant change to the current airport security process in the near future. Read full article »


EU abandons lifting of LAGs restrictions

Security & Facilitation // Jul 2012 // No Comments

EU abandons lifting of LAGs restrictions

The current security process for the screening of liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) is to remain in place after the EU delayed the lifting of restrictions, which was scheduled for April 2013. Read full article »


Dallas/Fort Worth adopts biometric-based CLEARcard

Security & Facilitation // Jul 2012 // No Comments

Dallas/Fort Worth adopts biometric-based CLEARcard

Passengers flying from Dallas/Fort Worth Airport can now make use of the biometric-based CLEARcard, which is designed to speed-up the security screening process. Read full article »


AA launches Flagship Check-In at Miami

Security & Facilitation // Jul 2012 // No Comments

AA launches Flagship Check-In at Miami

American Airlines premium passengers flying from Miami International Airport can now enjoy a personalised and expedited check-in and security service. Read full article »


Boston Logan adopts virtual assistant at security checkpoint

TSA PreCheck reaches 1 million milestone

Alaska Airlines and Sea-Tac partner on TSA’s PreCheck programme

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The findings of the ‘From chaos to collaboration’ report are divided into six sections: The next generation of experience; Automatic transit; Payment with memory; Intelligent recommendation; Taking the stress out of travel; and The Business ‘tourist’.

Frankfurt Airport deploys new Virtual Assistants

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