The rollout of Automated Passport Control, Mobile Passport Control, preclearance and digital departure cards is helping to expedite passenger processing.
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 »
Data collecting sensors, which track passengers via their electronic devices, have been installed in the new Connector facility to help optimise processing.
Sweden’s Stockholm Arlanda Airport could soon become the first airport in Scandinavia and just the third in Europe to offer the US preclearance service.
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.
Heathrow Airport’s CEO, CIO, COO and T2 Operations and Programme Director discuss how the airport smoothly transferred 26 airlines into the new Terminal 2.
Melbourne Airport and Qantas have signed an agreement to take part in a Smart Security pilot, which will take place in 2015.
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 took a tour of London Stansted Airport to find out how the £260 million transformation project is helping to improve the passenger experience.