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- 1. SITA’s Smart Path Technology Uses Biometrics to Enhance Travel Experience
SITA has unveiled Smart Path, new technology that allows passengers to move through the airport and board the aircraft simply by presenting themselves for a biometric check. Once verified there is no need for the passenger to present a boarding pass, a passport or travel documents again.
- 2. SITA Showcases Smart Path Technology to Malaysian Prime Minister
Malaysian Prime Minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, recently tested new biometric passenger processing at the KLIA Main Terminal as part of its 21st anniversary celebration. SITA and Malaysia Airports have signed a MOU to explore joint opportunities for Malaysia Airport’s digital initiatives.
- 3. Brisbane Airport Trials New Boarding Gate Technology
Brisbane Airport, in partnership with Air New Zealand, is currently testing SITA Smart Path. The new technology uses sophisticated biometrics so that passengers just need to present their details at a self-service kiosk at check-in and then when ready to board, use an automated boarding gate to be verified using face recognition technology to access the aircraft.
- 4. Orlando Int. Airport to Implement Biometric Exit Checks Across Whole Airport
Orlando International is the first U.S. airport to fully deploy the U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Biometric Entry and Exit Program. Over the coming months, SITA will integrate Smart Path, its sophisticated biometric technology, at the airport’s 30 international boarding gates.
- 5. Kuwait Airways Takes Delivery of First Airbus A320neo
Kuwait Airways has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo aircraft. The delivery is a milestone in Kuwait Airways’ 65th anniversary celebrations, marking an important step in the airline’s ambitious fleet renewal and growth plans, which will phase-in 15 A320neo aircraft to its fleet in the coming years, following a purchase agreement signed in 2014.
- 6. On Demand Media Services - Photography, Videography, Copywriting, Interviews and More
It can often be very expensive to get brand new tailor made footage and images for the project you are working on, especially if the location of your needs is on the other side of the world. Then, once you have got the materials required, you need someone to write the copy and proofread it.
- 7. KLM Orders Two More Boeing 777-300ERs
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has ordered two more 777-300ER (extended range) airplanes. The order is valued at US$751 million at current list prices.
- 8. Asia Pacific Region Sees Greatest Demand for Commercial Airline Personnel
According to Boeing, the Asia Pacific region continues to drive global demand for commercial pilots, technicians and cabin crew. The region accounts for more than one-third of anticipated global demand, or 816,000 total new commercial aviation personnel over the next 20 years.
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