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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. One ID: inside IATA’s plan to end paper travel documents

    Facial recognition and remote check-in have been two of the most significant technological innovations in aviation’s recent history, re-shaping everything…
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    16 Jan
  2. Q&A: the holy grail of airport efficiency with thyssenkrupp Access Solutions

    From the departure hall to the airside, retail options to IT and more, an airport can only be efficient if…
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    14 Jan
  3. How is duty-free retail set to evolve in the future?

    Duty-free shopping was the brainchild of Irish businessman Brendan O’Regan, who worked at the country’s then struggling Shannon Airport during…
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    10 Dec
  4. Populism in action: are protectionist policies affecting air travel?

    Gripped by worldwide economic uncertainty, the aviation industry currently finds itself in a difficult position, divided by two contrasting trends….
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    2 Dec
  5. Airport anxiety: a look at passenger stress points

    Flying has been the most convenient way to reach faraway destinations for the best part of the last 70 years,…
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    26 Nov
  6. In pictures: what could airports look like in 2075?

    The rapid rate of change in aviation brought about by disrupting technologies and environmental constraints makes it hard to imagine…
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    14 Nov
  7. Saving Machu Picchu: will a new airport create problems in Peru?

    The Machu Picchu World Heritage site has been the pillar attraction of the Sacred Valley of the Incas for decades…
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    31 Oct
  8. Should Europe’s most powerful airports be brought down to earth?

    In March 2009, the European Commission (EC) established the Airport Charges Directive (ACD), a legal act setting a common framework…
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    29 Oct
  9. thyssenkrupp hosts ‘Science of Arrivals’ panel at inter airport Europe 2019

    thyssenkrupp Airport Solutions, the airport division of German multinational conglomerate thyssenkrupp, has hosted a debate on what makes a great…
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    10 Oct
  10. Unruly airline passengers: tackling aviation’s growing issue

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) defines passengers as ‘unruly’ and ‘disruptive’ if they “fail to respect the rules of…
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    1 Oct
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