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Kristina Kirkliauskaite
How AI Speeds Up the Security Processes at Airports

It is a public fact that security is a very first priority at any airport in the world. With a tremendous rise of passengers, many security systems at airports are now supported by artificial intelligence (AI), which improves safety. Also, AI speeds up airport security by optimizing processes such as check-in, passport control, baggage screening and generally keeping up the complete safety at airports with smart security technologies. In this art...


Zivile Zalagenaite
Report: European airports resilient to coronavirus

S&P Global Ratings estimates that novelty coronavirus, Covid-19, outbreak would only have a limited impact on European airports, as traffic to and from China and other countries in Asia Pacific region make up relatively small numbers of the total traffic in Europe. However, if the outbreak prolongs or causes further economic impact, the situation might change.   ...


Rytis Beresnevicius
The Top 10 Airports Of 2019 List

We all know which airlines are the best in the world, but which airports are the most welcoming for passengers? Find out the top 10 airports in 2019 in this list:...


Skycop.com
5 amazing airports to be in when your flight gets disrupted

It is certainly not a lot of fun to hear that your flight just got delayed or cancelled. Every tenth traveler in EU has experienced flight disruptions – and those amount to €3 billion in debt that...


AIR Convention
Humans need not apply: robots are taking over airports

Just a decade back a fully automated airport with no staff seemed something out of a science fiction movie. Today it is a reality. From Glasgow Airport’s trial with GLAdys, Shenzhen Airport’s oper...


Skycop.com
Best Airlines and Airports of 2018

2018 has mercifully come to an end, and 2019 has just barely begun. Therefore, it is the perfect time to look at back at the past year and reflect on what we learned. For example, OAG’s Punctuality...


Jason Shaw
London Stansted gets approval for 43 million passengers a year

London Stansted Airport (STN) has received permission from Uttlesford District Council’s planning committee on Wednesday, November 14th to increase its annual passenger cap from 35 million to 43 mil...


AeroTime Team
Brexit windfall: UK to pay more in airport charges if ‘no deal’

Did no-one consider that airport charges could even be a factor in possible future Brexit negotiations?...


AeroTime Team
Opinion: no deal on post-Brexit aviation is worse than a bad deal

Recent flight disruptions may be a harbinger of things to come if Brexit negotiators do not afford some level of priority to the aviation sector....


Ruta Burbaite
Two IndiGo passenger jets narrowly avoid mid-air collision

Two IndiGo regional flights narrowly escaped a mid-air collision over Bengaluru airspace in southern India late on July 10, 2018....