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To reduce / prevent baggage mishandling, IATA has passed a new resolution . This now means that all airports need to update thier IT and Infrastructure to meet the new regulations .
Worldwide, passenger numbers are predicted to double by 2030. Airports around the world have set out their plans for expansion to cater to these rising numbers of passengers and capitalize on growing retail opportunity this will present. Meanwhile, t...
All global airlines are trying to increase their ancillary revenue in a variety of ways.  Traditionally the majority of the ancillary revenue was generated as change or cancel fees, baggage charges, etc. For generating additional revenue and wit...
Global airport revenues rose to US $131 billion in 2013 and over 55% of this was from aeronautical revenue, which includes terminal space rentals for airlines, landing fees, and passenger fees for terminals and gates usage.  In the business mode...
The business model for Airports is significantly changing with the increase in customer expectations driven by the Digital experience, growing air traffic that is impacting the current infrastructure, the environmental impact, and the competition a...