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The alarming issue of security delays – we can’t avoid them, but perhaps should readjust our expectations
One of the biggest pinch points in the airport journey is security, a necessity and one that airports work hard to try to maintain required…..
Pittsburgh’s deployment of AI won’t make security queues shorter, but it will certainly set passenger expectations and could boost airport spend
There have been lots of positives for Pittsburgh International airport since US Airways dropped the airport as a hub in the middle of the last…..
Simplicity, security and safety are the top concerns for UK travel managers, but is this a view shared across global markets?
Respondents to a new UK travel manager survey have rated duty of care and traveller wellbeing as the most important challenges for their organisation in…..
The Australian Government has given the go-ahead for airlines to issue electronic boarding passes for international flights. Travellers will now be able to show their…..
Flexibility versus compliance – finding the right balance to meet the needs of the modern business traveller
In an increasingly fragmented travel marketplace, and amid the proliferation of technologies that offer more choice than ever, corporate travel buyers are increasingly walking a…..
Biometrics helps deliver a changing face for arrivals and departures at Orlando International Airport
Biometrics, or the use of a person’s unique physical characteristics for identification, is seeing increasing implementation across the technology and security fields. It is therefore…..
Is a Known Traveller Digital Identity the disruptive innovation the global travel security ecosystem needs?
The cross-border movement of legitimate travellers has for decades enabled and sustained international trade, tourism-driven economic growth and increased tolerance across cultural and social divides……
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is requiring enhanced screening of personal electronic devices, passengers and explosive detection for the roughly 2,000 commercial flights…..