Self-service events and industry events with a self-service element are on the rise. Here is our list of events for 2017 and 2018. The events are listed in a simple chronological order.
15,000 attend Singapore T4 first open day
Adds 45 mobile kiosks for international flights
Survey says passengers choose to use it rather than interact with people
Desk check-in no longer available at it’s largest base
Implementation complete by end May 2016
Confirms rise in use of self-service
Improvements will be across all three terminals.
Bag drops to be installed at Taiwan train station.
375 workstations and 80 self-service kiosks are in place.
Sea-Tac is the third US airport to introduce the option after Atlanta and Miami
Will work together on self-service security checks and boarding
Partnership gives passengers access to fresh, nutritious food on the go through revolutionary kiosks
Lufthansa will be the launch customer for this service
SAS is first to get IATA Fast Travel Award Platinum. SAS offers over 80% of all its passengers, the self-service options that make up the programme.
Passengers leaving Houston have a new technology with real-time data on security checkpoint wait times at IAH and HOU.
UTair selected Row 44 to provide inflight connectivity. UTair passengers will enjoy high-speed and reliable Internet access.
Passengers continue to want more control of their journey and require more self-service and mobile-based offerings.
iPads will be loaded with in-flight entertainment options including full-length movies, TV shows, music, games, and even the latest newspapers and magazines.