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Credential screening authentication rolled out at five US airports

The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has introduced new technology that validates a traveler’s identification and confirms their flight information in near real time at five airports in the USA. “Credential authentication technology enhances our detection …

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Osaka International to open renovated North and South terminals

Osaka International Airport in Japan has announced the reopening of its North and South terminals, with the first flights due on August 5. The terminals were not closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but to …

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Aeromexico reactivates its connectivity with Ecuador

Aeromexico resumed operations this Sunday in Quito with an offer of three weekly flights to Mexico City. To celebrate the return of the airline in Ecuador, the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito received the …

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Open architecture could benefit airport security

Regulators and airport operators from across Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East say they have joined forces to promote the introduction of open architecture in airport security systems. In a recently published paper, prepared …

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Mitnija to build a new passenger departure terminal at Vilnius Airport

Mitnija, one of the largest construction companies in Lithuania, has won an almost EUR 25 million public tender to build a new 14,400 sq. m passenger terminal at Vilnius International Airport. The contract also includes …

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Saab-contracted ATC Tower Simulator for Taiwan

Micro Nav delivered a 360° 3D ATC simulator to Taiwan Air Navigation and Weather Services (ANWS), including full integration with the Saab Integrated ATC Suite (I-ATS) operational system. Saab contracted Micro Nav to provide the 360° …

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New security body-scanners at Canberra Airport – safer flying 

The Canberra Airport has installed a new security screening system with technology from Smiths Detection to further improve the screening of passengers and their carry-on luggage.     Head of Aviation, Michael Thomson, said Canberra Airport has world-class …

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A New Way to Travel

The resumption of commercial air transport at Quito International Airport from June 1 has marked a milestone in Latin America, having reactivated its regular operations by applying strict measures and sanitary protection procedures, which includes …

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Tampa turns to technology in quest for cleanliness

In an era of increased cleanliness, airports have been reviewing their hygiene practices and increasingly are turning to new technological solutions to aid their efforts. In the case of Tampa International Airport in Florida, it …

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Consortium to revamp Sofia airport

The Bulgarian Ministry of Transport has announced the signing of a concessionaire agreement with the SOF Connect consortium for the modernization of Sofia Airport. The consortium comprises partners Meridiam, Strabag and Munich Airport and will …

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