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All articles by Frances Marcellin

  1. Artificial intelligence: the end of lost baggage?

    Between now and 2036, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that the number of air passengers will rise from…
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    23 May
  2. How airports can act as testbeds for autonomous vehicles

    The IATA (International Air Transport Association) expects around 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, nearly double the 4 billion…
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    3 May
  3. Branding an airport: identity is more than the sum of all parts

    On 30 April 2014, the old Doha International Airport in Qatar closed its doors and the new Hamad International Airport…
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    25 Apr
  4. The role of language in air accidents

    On 25 January 1990, the Avianca flight from Bogota, Colombia, to JFK Airport in New York, was running out of…
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    19 Feb
  5. Behold Baidu: airports look to the app to appeal to Chinese visitors

    On 22 September 2017, Sydney Airport became the first organisation to introduce indoor Baidu Maps outside of greater China. Up…
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    15 Feb
  6. Dubai Airport’s biometric challenge

    Dubai Airport handled 83.6 million passengers in 2016. With the International Air Transport Association (IATA) expecting 7.2 billion passengers to…
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    10 Jan
  7. The technology transforming baggage handling

    Almost 4 billion passengers will fly in 2017, which, for baggage handling systems around the world, means accounting for over…
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    9 Jul

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