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- 121. Smiths Detection Launches Threat Identification Module for Liquids
Smiths Detection has launched a Threat Identification Module (TIM) for liquids, allowing an upgrade of its standard X-ray baggage screening systems to enable the detection of liquid threats. Designed as a simple add-on, TIM can be readily attached to Smiths Detection’s widely used HI-SCAN 6040i and HI-SCAN 6046si scanners.
- 122. Air New Zealand to Buy 8 Boeing 787-10 Aircraft
Air New Zealand has unveiled plans buy eight Boeing 787-10 airplanes, valued at $2.7 billion at list prices. The 787-10 is the largest member of the Dreamliner family. At 224 feet long (68 meters), the 787-10 can serve up to 330 passengers in a standard two-class configuration, about 40 more than the 787-9 airplane which Air New Zealand already operates.
- 123. Smiths Detection Wins Contract to Upgrade Security at Helsinki Airport
Smiths Detection has been selected by Finavia to support the transition to Standard 3 at Helsinki Airport with approved hold baggage screening systems. Included in the contract are eight high-speed, HI-SCAN 10080 XCT scanners, which combine high resolution X-ray technology, computed tomography (CT) and advanced detection algorithms to increase both security and operational efficien
- 124. Frasers Hospitality opens Serviced Apartments in Tokyo
Frasers Hospitality opens Serviced Apartments in Tokyo. Frasers Hospitality recently opened its first Gold-Standard serviced apartments in Japan, Fraser Place howff Shinjuku, Tokyo. Located at the new ‘Hundred Circus’ development in Shinjuku, the complex is developed and managed by re-plus inc., headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Their subsidiary company, re-plus hospitality inc. m
- 125. Emirates launches Online Discounted Pre-Paid Additional Baggage Service
Emirates launches Online Discounted Pre-Paid Additional Baggage Service. Emirates’ passengers who travel with additional baggage can now enjoy a discount when they plan ahead. The airline has launched a new pre-paid additional baggage tool on its website offering a discount that represents a 15% reduction on standard airport rates.
- 126. HI-SCAN 10080EDX-2is Checked Baggage Scanner Gains Key EU Approval
HI-SCAN 10080EDX-2is Checked Baggage Scanner Gains Key EU Approval. HI-SCAN 10080 EDX-2is joins Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 10080 EDtS on the list of hold baggage screeners to have achieved EDS Standard 2 in accordance with the CEP. 10080 EDX-2is represents the latest advances in hold baggage screening in a compact system layout. The dual view capacity allows the operator effectivel
- 127. Macau’s Consumer Council Adds Grading System to ‘Certified Shops’
Macau’s Consumer Council has added a grading standard to its assessment system for ‘Certified Shops’, 1190 ‘Adherents’ have been awarded the 2012 ‘Certified Shop’ emblem and 9 ‘Certified Shops’ were graded ‘Class A’.
- 128. Tiger Airways now Charging Customers to Check-in Baggage
Tiger Airways now Charging Customers to Check-in Baggage. Passengers who have not pre-booked Luggage Upsize online have the option of purchasing the standard 15kgs allowance at the airport on the day of departure, albeit at a higher rate of Sin$20. The introduction of new charges will apply to all flights across Tiger Airways’ International and Australian domestic network. All weig
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