Geneva Airport has expanded its self bag drop facilities by doubling the number of Scan&Fly units, improving the passenger experience and increasing check-in capacity.
The airport’s operator Finavia has begun testing a new service in which passengers can borrow portable chargers for their mobile phones. The pocket chargers are designed to liberate passengers from fixed power sockets, so that they are able to move around the terminal.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) earlier this month launched the nation’s first self-service bag drop for domestic passengers at Japan’s busiest airport, and announced its plans to install the greatest number of systems in the world by the end of 2015.
Manchester Airports Group has announced a 10-year investment programme for Manchester Airport that will transform the gateway through developments worth up to £1 billion (€1.4bn) over the course of the next decade. The modernisation will ensure that the airport continues to thrive as a national asset, and play an even greater role as the UK’s gateway to the North.
The governments of Aruba and the Netherlands, Schiphol Group, KLM, and Aruba Airport Authority, have collaborated to launch an innovative pilot project – Aruba Happy Flow – which lays the foundations for a European preclearance programme.