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129. IATA Welcomes US DOTs Tentative Approval of Resolution 787
IATA has welcomed the decision by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) to tentatively approve Resolution 787. The Resolution is the foundation document for the New Distribution Capability (NDC), a travel industry-supported program launched by IATA for the development and market adoption of a new, XML-based data transmission standard.
130. SITA Achieves Compliance to PCI Security Standards for Aiport Passenger Processing System
IT solution specialist SITA, has achieved Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certification as a service provider of its common-use platform AirportConnect Open. This confirms SITA as the worlds first, and only, service provider of a common-use passenger processing system and managed services, to be listed as capable of meeting the global security requirements o
131. Rendezvous Hospitality Group launches Business Benefits
Rendezvous Hospitality Group launches Business Benefits. Rendezvous Hospitality Group has launched Business Benefits, a new promotion designed to deliver extras to hotel guests. For less than the price of a standard breakfast, the Business Benefits package includes:
132. MasterCard Certifies AEON Bank as First in Japan to Deploy ATMs That Support EMV Chip
MasterCard has certified AEON Bank as the first financial institution in Japan to deploy ATMs that support EMV chip card transactions. The EMV-compliant ATMs offer enhanced security for foreign-issued debit and credit cards. EMV is the international standard for IC chips used in payment card transactions. It ensures high security by encrypting the card information read and transmit
133. Delta to Deploy RFID Baggage Tracking Technology
Delta Air Lines is deploying Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) baggage tracking technology which allows travellers to track their luggage in real-time. Delta, which handles roughly 120 million bags annually, will replace barcode hand scanning the industry standard since the early 90s, with this RFID technology. Scanners use radio waves to capture data stored on an RFID chip e
134. 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 Detections widely used HI-SCAN 6040i and HI-SCAN 6046si scanners.
135. 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.
136. 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

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