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Miami International Airport launches biometric exit technology

Miami International Airport launches biometric exit technology

Miami International Airport has launched biometric exit technology on Lufthansa’s service to Munich. The technology means passengers can now board using facial recognition rather than a boarding pass and passport.

“Want to enjoy an easy, relaxed airport experience? It’s all about waiting”

“Want to enjoy an easy, relaxed airport experience? It’s all about waiting”

Waiting in line is considered by some to be almost as bad as torture, but it’s one of life’s inevitabilities. But, what if there was a way to make airport queues move faster and keep the experience more pleasant for those in line? It all comes down to understanding why queuing is so painful, and doing something about it. By Christian Bugislaus Carstens, Marketing Manager, Veovo, BlipTrack

Munich Airport and bayern design present future innovative mobility solutions

Munich Airport and bayern design present future innovative mobility solutions

The future of mobility is being explored in a new exhibition – ‘Simply Move’ – staged by bayern design, the Center of Excellence for Design of the State of Bavaria, in cooperation with Munich Airport. Participants include Munich Airport’s LabCampus innovation centre.

Airports creating holiday spirit for passengers around the world

Airports creating holiday spirit for passengers around the world

As Christmas is fast approaching, airports around the world have transformed their terminals into a Christmas wonderland to bring cheer to passengers. Here we take a look at some of the most memorable initiatives, ranging from special Christmas promotions, interactive activities and festive performances.

Heathrow Airport launches app to support visually impaired passengers

Heathrow Airport launches app to support visually impaired passengers

London Heathrow Airport has partnered with technology company Aira to offer visually impaired passengers on-demand, personalised assistance via the Aira app. The initiative forms part of the airport’s multi-million pound investment to improve the journeys of all passengers regardless of their requirements.