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Passenger Terminal EXPO Passenger Terminal EXPO & CONFERENCE is the world’s leading international airport terminal conference & exhibition. Taking place April 5, 6, 7, 2022, Paris, France.

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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has announced that upon completion of its billion-dollar Terminal Modernization P...
07/07/2021

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has announced that upon completion of its billion-dollar Terminal Modernization Program in 2025, it will be the first airport in the world to feature a terminal powered by its own microgrid of thousands of solar panels, combined with natural gas sourced from land at the site.

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Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has announced that upon completion of its billion-dollar Terminal Modernization Program in 2025, it will be the first airport in the world to feature a terminal powered by its own microgrid of thousands of solar panels, combined with natural gas sourced from land at the site.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3yuoOoG #PTEParis Pittsburgh International Airport

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have issu...
30/06/2021

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have issued a new version of the Aviation Health Safety Protocol providing clear operational guidance and risk-based recommendations for health-safe air travel to complement the European Union’s initiatives, such as the EU Digital Covid Certificates.

Read more: https://bit.ly/361imJv #PTEParis EASA - European Union Aviation Safety Agency European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - ECDC

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have issued a new version of the Aviation Health Safety Protocol providing clear operational guidance and risk-based recommendations for health-safe air travel to complement the European Union’s initiatives, such as the EU Digital Covid Certificates.

Read more: https://bit.ly/361imJv #PTEParis EASA - European Union Aviation Safety Agency European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control - ECDC

Frequent flyer program customers of Star Alliance member airlines will soon be able to use their biometric identity acro...
23/06/2021

Frequent flyer program customers of Star Alliance member airlines will soon be able to use their biometric identity across any participating airline, at any participating airport, following a new agreement between the airline alliance, NEC and SITA.

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Frequent flyer program customers of Star Alliance member airlines will soon be able to use their biometric identity across any participating airline, at any participating airport, following a new agreement between the airline alliance, NEC and SITA.

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Images of Italy’s redeveloped Milano Linate Airport have been presented to the public following major redevelopment work...
16/06/2021

Images of Italy’s redeveloped Milano Linate Airport have been presented to the public following major redevelopment work that began in 2019 and has, according to the airport, been completed on schedule.

After a façade makeover in 2018, the terminal’s architectural and ambience restyling project began. Work on the Linate terminal involved an architectural and functional redesign of the check-in area, security filters and duty-free area. The old part of the single-story terminal was demolished to create a new three-story building with a total area of 10,000m2 (approximately 3,000m2 per floor). The terminal has also been expanded with a new area developed across three levels, including gates, a new shopping arcade and a food court.

Take a look: https://bit.ly/2RTqmc5 #PTEParis

Images of Italy’s redeveloped Milano Linate Airport have been presented to the public following major redevelopment work that began in 2019 and has, according to the airport, been completed on schedule.

After a façade makeover in 2018, the terminal’s architectural and ambience restyling project began. Work on the Linate terminal involved an architectural and functional redesign of the check-in area, security filters and duty-free area. The old part of the single-story terminal was demolished to create a new three-story building with a total area of 10,000m2 (approximately 3,000m2 per floor). The terminal has also been expanded with a new area developed across three levels, including gates, a new shopping arcade and a food court.

Take a look: https://bit.ly/2RTqmc5 #PTEParis

The June 2021 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:CASE STUDY : Bahrai...
09/06/2021

The June 2021 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

CASE STUDY : Bahrain International Airport’s new multibillion-dollar terminal opened for business earlier this year. PTW looks at what the airport will bring to the Gulf state, how it reflects its surroundings, and how the new facility marries tradition and cutting-edge technology.

BIOMETRICS : The Indian government-backed Digi Yatra initiative is being touted as the world’s first nationwide biometric rollout for processing passengers at airports. PTW explores the progress made so far.

SEATING : Seven leading airport seating companies come together to discuss how changing passenger requirements are shaping the future of terminal seating designs.

AIR FILTRATION : Airports share how they are improving indoor air quality by developing medical-grade filtration systems that help stop the spread of Covid-19.

BAGGAGE HANDLING : Two recent projects in the US state of Florida underline how new ICS and AGV technology can transform BHS performance.

READ ONLINE: https://bit.ly/3zaIFu5 #PTEParis

The June 2021 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

CASE STUDY : Bahrain International Airport’s new multibillion-dollar terminal opened for business earlier this year. PTW looks at what the airport will bring to the Gulf state, how it reflects its surroundings, and how the new facility marries tradition and cutting-edge technology.

BIOMETRICS : The Indian government-backed Digi Yatra initiative is being touted as the world’s first nationwide biometric rollout for processing passengers at airports. PTW explores the progress made so far.

SEATING : Seven leading airport seating companies come together to discuss how changing passenger requirements are shaping the future of terminal seating designs.

AIR FILTRATION : Airports share how they are improving indoor air quality by developing medical-grade filtration systems that help stop the spread of Covid-19.

BAGGAGE HANDLING : Two recent projects in the US state of Florida underline how new ICS and AGV technology can transform BHS performance.

READ ONLINE: https://bit.ly/3zaIFu5 #PTEParis

Vinci Airports and Orix, the concession owners of Kansai International Airport in Japan, have begun the modernization of...
09/06/2021

Vinci Airports and Orix, the concession owners of Kansai International Airport in Japan, have begun the modernization of the airport’s Terminal 1, in what will be the largest works program since the airport opened in 1994.

The companies say the goal of the revamp is to create greater capacity and improve the passenger experience without building a new terminal, using an approach based on optimizing existing spaces to fit with Vinci Airports’ environmental objectives. The works will involve enlarging and completely renovating the airport’s international passenger security controls, boarding, departures, retail spaces and arrivals.

Details: https://bit.ly/3v8SBBf #PTEParis @Kansai International AirportーKIX 関西国際空港

Vinci Airports and Orix, the concession owners of Kansai International Airport in Japan, have begun the modernization of the airport’s Terminal 1, in what will be the largest works program since the airport opened in 1994.

The companies say the goal of the revamp is to create greater capacity and improve the passenger experience without building a new terminal, using an approach based on optimizing existing spaces to fit with Vinci Airports’ environmental objectives. The works will involve enlarging and completely renovating the airport’s international passenger security controls, boarding, departures, retail spaces and arrivals.

Details: https://bit.ly/3v8SBBf #PTEParis @Kansai International AirportーKIX 関西国際空港

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) opened the next phase of its US$2.4bn project, the Harvey Milk Terminal 1. The...
03/06/2021

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) opened the next phase of its US$2.4bn project, the Harvey Milk Terminal 1. The latest section to open includes seven new departure gates, a post-security connector to the International Terminal, a museum gallery, and a display exhibit honoring the life and legacy of Harvey Milk.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3ibHjcp #PTEParis San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) opened the next phase of its US$2.4bn project, the Harvey Milk Terminal 1. The latest section to open includes seven new departure gates, a post-security connector to the International Terminal, a museum gallery, and a display exhibit honoring the life and legacy of Harvey Milk.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3ibHjcp #PTEParis San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

IATA states that it supports unrestricted access to travel for vaccinated travelers. In cases where vaccination is not p...
26/05/2021

IATA states that it supports unrestricted access to travel for vaccinated travelers. In cases where vaccination is not possible, it asserts that access to quarantine-free travel should be provided through Covid-19 testing strategies based on widely available, free-of-charge tests.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2QNMcgr #PTEParis International Air Transport Association (IATA)

IATA states that it supports unrestricted access to travel for vaccinated travelers. In cases where vaccination is not possible, it asserts that access to quarantine-free travel should be provided through Covid-19 testing strategies based on widely available, free-of-charge tests.

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The Canadian government launched two new contribution funding programs to help the country’s airports recover from the e...
19/05/2021

The Canadian government launched two new contribution funding programs to help the country’s airports recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic:

- The Airport Critical Infrastructure Program (ACIP) will provide close to CA$490m (US$404m) to financially assist Canada’s larger airports with investments in critical infrastructure related to safety, security or connectivity;

- The Airport Relief Fund (ARF) will provide almost CA$65m (US$53m) in financial relief to targeted Canadian airports to help maintain operations.

In addition to launching these two new funding programs, the government announced that Transport Canada’s Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP) is receiving a funding top-up of CA$186m (US$153m) over two years. The ACAP is an existing contribution funding program that provides financial assistance to Canada’s local and regional airports for safety-related infrastructure projects and equipment purchases.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3wgXHMH #PTEParis

The Canadian government launched two new contribution funding programs to help the country’s airports recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic:

- The Airport Critical Infrastructure Program (ACIP) will provide close to CA$490m (US$404m) to financially assist Canada’s larger airports with investments in critical infrastructure related to safety, security or connectivity;

- The Airport Relief Fund (ARF) will provide almost CA$65m (US$53m) in financial relief to targeted Canadian airports to help maintain operations.

In addition to launching these two new funding programs, the government announced that Transport Canada’s Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP) is receiving a funding top-up of CA$186m (US$153m) over two years. The ACAP is an existing contribution funding program that provides financial assistance to Canada’s local and regional airports for safety-related infrastructure projects and equipment purchases.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3wgXHMH #PTEParis

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12/05/2021

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Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) has launched two pilot programs aimed at providing a seamless, touchless travel exper...
11/05/2021

Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) has launched two pilot programs aimed at providing a seamless, touchless travel experience at the airport – SEA Spot Saver, which explores digital reservations for the TSA general screening security checkpoints, and happyhover, a technology deployed to airline check-in kiosks for travelers to check in and drop off luggage without touching the electronic screens.

Details: https://bit.ly/3tzr770 #PTEParis Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) has launched two pilot programs aimed at providing a seamless, touchless travel experience at the airport – SEA Spot Saver, which explores digital reservations for the TSA general screening security checkpoints, and happyhover, a technology deployed to airline check-in kiosks for travelers to check in and drop off luggage without touching the electronic screens.

Details: https://bit.ly/3tzr770 #PTEParis Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has been granted the concession to operate Ecuador’s Manta Airport, which represents a ...
06/05/2021

Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has been granted the concession to operate Ecuador’s Manta Airport, which represents a KRW540bn (US$480,000) project for KAC to manage and operate airport facilities including the passenger terminal, runway and apron.

KAC says it will conclude a contract with the Ecuadorian government at the end of June to take on full ownership of Manta Airport for the next 30 years (2021-2050). This will be KAC’s first overseas airport among the 15 airports the firm operates.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3b2TmEx #PTEParis

Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) has been granted the concession to operate Ecuador’s Manta Airport, which represents a KRW540bn (US$480,000) project for KAC to manage and operate airport facilities including the passenger terminal, runway and apron.

KAC says it will conclude a contract with the Ecuadorian government at the end of June to take on full ownership of Manta Airport for the next 30 years (2021-2050). This will be KAC’s first overseas airport among the 15 airports the firm operates.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3b2TmEx #PTEParis

Ronald Reagan National Airport has completed a ‘soft’ opening of its new 14-gate concourse, which will replace the outdo...
29/04/2021

Ronald Reagan National Airport has completed a ‘soft’ opening of its new 14-gate concourse, which will replace the outdoor gates currently serviced by buses from Gate 35X when it officially opens in July 2021.

The 225,000ft2 New Concourse building is fully enclosed in glass and metal panels, complementing the design of Terminal B/C, and work will now focus on completing the interior of the building, including laying terrazzo flooring and installing moving walkways, as well as the build-out of concourse-level holdrooms and ground-level airline support offices.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3vq4Qd7 #PTEParis

Ronald Reagan National Airport has completed a ‘soft’ opening of its new 14-gate concourse, which will replace the outdoor gates currently serviced by buses from Gate 35X when it officially opens in July 2021.

The 225,000ft2 New Concourse building is fully enclosed in glass and metal panels, complementing the design of Terminal B/C, and work will now focus on completing the interior of the building, including laying terrazzo flooring and installing moving walkways, as well as the build-out of concourse-level holdrooms and ground-level airline support offices.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3vq4Qd7 #PTEParis

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has signalled its commitment to carbon neutrality by becoming the first airport in ...
27/04/2021

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has signalled its commitment to carbon neutrality by becoming the first airport in the world to sign up to The Climate Pledge, an initiative involving more than 100 companies and organizations that believe in the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions and address climate change. It was founded in 2019 by Amazon and environmental organization Global Optimism and commits companies to be carbon neutral by 2040. EIA is only the third Canadian organization to sign the Pledge, and says it will take increased action to address this global issue.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2PufujK #PTEParis

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has signalled its commitment to carbon neutrality by becoming the first airport in the world to sign up to The Climate Pledge, an initiative involving more than 100 companies and organizations that believe in the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions and address climate change. It was founded in 2019 by Amazon and environmental organization Global Optimism and commits companies to be carbon neutral by 2040. EIA is only the third Canadian organization to sign the Pledge, and says it will take increased action to address this global issue.

Read more: https://bit.ly/2PufujK #PTEParis

SITA has released the results of its biometric-enabled Proof of Concept (PoC) designed to support a low-touch passenger ...
22/04/2021

SITA has released the results of its biometric-enabled Proof of Concept (PoC) designed to support a low-touch passenger experience and optimize passenger processing at Istanbul Airport (iGA).

The company says its six-month trial showed a 30% reduction in boarding times and increased satisfaction of participating passengers and airlines. The biometric solution enabled airline agents to enroll passengers on the existing SITA Flex common-use check-in counters. Once enrolled, passengers were able to simply scan their face at every step of the journey, for security check, lounge access and boarding, without having to touch any surfaces.

Details: https://bit.ly/3aqrnys #PTEParis

SITA has released the results of its biometric-enabled Proof of Concept (PoC) designed to support a low-touch passenger experience and optimize passenger processing at Istanbul Airport (iGA).

The company says its six-month trial showed a 30% reduction in boarding times and increased satisfaction of participating passengers and airlines. The biometric solution enabled airline agents to enroll passengers on the existing SITA Flex common-use check-in counters. Once enrolled, passengers were able to simply scan their face at every step of the journey, for security check, lounge access and boarding, without having to touch any surfaces.

Details: https://bit.ly/3aqrnys #PTEParis

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Perhaps this is beyond the topics covered by the Passenger Terminal EXPO thread, but I'm wondering something: Will the current corona-virus situation prompt calls or plans for redesigning the current airport terminals so they can serve as blocks to passengers, ramp workers and others who might be carrying a potentially dangerous virus or other contagious illness? I recall reading decades ago that Los Angeles International Airport required foreign travelers to show proof of health and immunization records, if I'm not mistaken, along with going through passport and custom controls. I also think about how the wave of aircraft hijackings in the 1960s led to the current pre-flight screening practices which are found at airports around the world. Just wondering.