Will be bringing First passengers a 3D cinema in the skies through virtual reality headsets on select flights (Picture by Nick Morrish/British Airways)
What exactly is this better for passengers than traditional check-in?
First of two A330neos set to join the airline’s fleet by the end of the year.
The redesign of the app targeted for faster performance and better usability.
15 self-service check-in kiosks and a two-step self-service bag drop for Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia passengers.
Gatwick chatbot, Gail, provides flight information, flight specific notifications, and information on airport shops, restaurants and other facilities.
First of 18 Airbus A350s for British Airways
Signs with NEC to develop a biometric data-based identification platform!
34 self-service check-in kiosks and 20 self-service bag-drop kiosks at the new departures terminal.
The Air France CONNECT connectivity service is available on all Wi-Fi-equipped Air France medium and long-haul aircraft.
First of 10 A330neos set to join the airline’s fleet
Features the new Night Service – dine in the lounge and sleep on board
Alabama airport is the the 31st in the US to offer CLEAR
Biometric tracking facial recognition systems are coming to these six airports:
The aircraft is configured in an all-economy cabin layout.
Azores Airlines is now has an all Airbus fleet of A320ceo, A321neo and A321LR
Facial-recognition boarding should be faster and cheaper
RFID is a wireless technology that can identify and track tags containing electronic information in a chip in the bag tag.
Trial is for passengers going airside
Touchscreens help passengers locate specific restaurants, shops and amenities throughout the terminal
With Bebot, passengers can access information about shops, restaurants, luggage storage and other services.