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Kirei by Kabuki - a place to eat at Madrid airport

Spring Break is just around the corner. Finally some much awaited relaxation and down time. The destinations are always most appealing be it a mountain retreat, a beachside getaway or an exciting city ready to be discovered or rediscovered but what usually gets up upset right before we reach our destination and every time more are the long waits at the airport, the auto check-in counter that never seems to be able to read your code and of course, the ridiculously over-priced yet tasteless food you get at airports. 112 more words


Bomb Squad Deems Unattended Bag Left In Terminal 4 At LAX To Be Safe

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Operations resumed at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday after a bomb squad determined a suspicious bag that was left within Terminal 4 was safe. 114 more words


DP World avtomatizira novi terminal v luki Jebel Ali

Globalni marine operater DP World je odredil avtomatizacijo in daljinsko rešitev za nadzor svojega paradnega terminala v luki Jebel Ali, Dubaj, Združeni arabski emirati od švicarskega podjetja za avtomatizacijo skupine ABB. 209 more words


Closing The Distance 101: The One Way Flight

So this is kind of a big one: my first post from the USA! After fifteen long months, several thousand forms, a million Skype calls and emails and Whatsapp messages and YouTube videos, we finally made it. 538 more words


Etihad Opens New Lounge in New York JFK

On Wednesday, James Hogan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways officially opened the airline’s First and Business Class Lounge at JFK International Airport. Following Washington D.C. 377 more words


Bridge, Terminal 4 Heathrow, London

I sat at the bar and Dimi shouted over to another Moose-and-Squirrel, “don’t send anyone to bar, register broken.” He then took my order and said he couldn’t cash me up right then. 126 more words

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Changi Airport’s new terminal to have facial recognition system

Singapore’s Changi Airport will install a facial recognition system at its terminal 4, which is currently under construction. The new system will use a photo of the passenger during check-in, immigration and boarding and will eliminate the need for manual security checks. 178 more words