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193. Jeju International Airport to Upgrade Security with New CT-Based Screening Systems
Smiths Detection has won a US$7 million contract from Korea Airport Corporation (KAC), to supply Jeju International Airport with five units each of HI-SCAN 6040 CTiX, iLane.evo and IONSCAN 600, as well as Smiths Detections Checkpoint Management Software and Checkpoint Evo Plus.
194. Bombardier Renames Global Completion Centre in Honour of Laurent Beaudoin
Bombardier's Global Completion Centre, where the Global family of business jets interiors are designed, manufactured and installed, has been renamed in honour of Laurent Beaudoin, who retired in May 2018 after 55 years of service to the company.
195. London Heathrow Begins Worlds Largest Biometrics Roll Out
London Heathrow is to streamline the passenger journey from check-in to take-off, with new biometric technology that is designed to reduce the average passengers journey time by up to a third. The new technology uses facial recognition at check-in, bag drops, security lanes and boarding gates to create a seamless experience for passengers travelling through the airport.
196. Tokyo, Japan to Host ABTA's 2019 Travel Convention
Tokyo, Japan has been chosen as the host city of the Asssociation of British Travel Agent's (ABTA) 2019 Travel Convention. The Rugby World Cup 2019 will be taking place in Japan during the convention, providing an added incentive for ABTA Members to explore Japans regions, and possibly support one, or more, of the competing teams!
197. Singapore Airlines to Implement Sabres Crew Management System
Singapore Airlines is to implement Sabres new real-time, crew management technology package AirCentre Crew Manager to support more efficient scheduling, training and decision-making capabilities. Once implemented, Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Singapore Airlines Cargo will be able to manage and track all crew operations from a single, integrated and real-time web platform, elimi
198. Delta Takes Delivery of First Airbus A220 Aircraft
Delta Air Lines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A220 aircraft. Deltas A220-100 will enter service in January 2019, making Delta the first airline in the U.S. and fourth globally - after airBaltic, Korean Air and Swiss - to operate the aircraft previously known as the Bombardier C Series.
199. Asia Pacific Airlines Carried Just 1.3 Million Int. Passengers in May
Only 1.3 million international passengers flew on Asia Pacifics carriers in May, representing just 4.3% of the volumes carried in the corresponding month of 2019. The international passenger load factor averaged 28.4% for the month, with available seat capacity at 12.3% of levels recorded in 2019. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 29 June 2021.
200. Japan Air Commuter Takes Delivery of First ATR 72-600
Japan Air Commuter (JAC) has taken delivery of its first ATR 72-600 following the conversion in June of one of its orders for an ATR 42-600 to the larger 72 version. The aircraft has a 70-seat configuration.

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