Heathrow has unveiled further measures that reduce the risk of contracting or transmitting COVID-19 at the airport. The UK’s biggest front door and only hub airport has adopted the most extensive array of technology to protect passengers and colleagues, as the country readjusts to life post-lockdown.
As airports reopen, often with limited flights, bringing visitors back to the airport for recreational activities is more important than ever. Birdly® is uniquely positioned to provide an interactive experience that allows airports to enhance their presence as a destination and not just a place to pass through.
Travellers arriving at Vilnius International Airport currently find themselves following a trail of pink-coloured spots on the floor. It is no ordinary pink, but rather what Lithuania is coining “Cold Pink” – a distinct colour of its national šaltibarščiai soup. The pink trail ends at an Instagrammable 10-foot replica of the famed dish.
Avinor is rolling out an ambitious end-to-end touchless travel programme to tackle the impact of COVID-19 and help restore traveller confidence ahead of Norway’s summer season. The contactless check-in and bag drop application from Amadeus makes it both safer and easier to fly from Avinor airports.
Materna IPS is helping airports meet current challenges with Touchless.Connect. This new technology allows the passenger’s smartphone to access a website controlling its self bag drop devices (SBDs), meaning there is no need to use the SBD touchscreen. The aim is to restore passenger confidence by limiting contact at key passenger touchpoints.