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The Japan Times

Four groups bid for rights to run seven Hokkaido airports for three decades
The Japan Times
Four consortia have submitted bids for a bundle of rights to operate New Chitose Airport and six other airfields in Hokkaido, informed sources say. One of the candidates is believed to be a group made up of Hokkaido Airport Terminal Co. and more than ...

Facial scan technology makes debut in airports
The line to board one of British Airways' evening flights to London from Orlando International Airport was long. Nearly 250 passengers — some retirees, business people and families who had visited amusement parks — inched toward what looked like a ...
The problem of governments using facial recognition
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Why facial recognition software has trouble recognizing people of
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New York Times

Those Long Security Lines at Airports? They May Move Quicker Soon
New York Times
There is a glimmer of hope that the frustrating, slow airport security experience will get a little smoother over the next few years. In a partnership with American Airlines, the Transportation Security Administration introduced a new kind of machine ...
PD Editorial: Small airports need security, tooSanta Rosa Press Democrat
TSA testing 3D airport security scanners that allow travelers to leave liquids and electronics in carry-on bagsWLS-TV
TSA considering changing security screenings at smaller airportsKGUN
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Business Insider

These are the 15 coolest things at airports around the world
Business Insider
Passengers can do more than just wait for their plane at airports; they can watch IMAX movies, explore jungles, check out aquariums, and even relax at a pool. Here are a collection of the coolest attractions found at airports around the world in ...

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People are using wheelchairs at airports to get through security faster
In many cases, you are able to skip the security line at U.S. airports or, at the very least, roll through customs and security more easily, he said. Many disabilities and injuries are invisible, so it's difficult to distinguish between the mostly ...

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IKIA Ranks Third Among Fastest-Growing Airports
Financial Tribune
IKIA Ranks Third Among Fastest-Growing Airports. IKIA grew passenger numbers by 48.6% during the first half of 2018 to 3.93 million, helped by Ata Airlines, following the rise in frequencies to Istanbul Ataturk. Domestic Economy. Sunday, August 19 ...


Airports find a new source of revenue: Attaching hotels to terminals
Recently, Twin Cities officially cut the ribbon on a new four-star hotel at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). It gives travelers new accommodations that let them skip a hectic commute to a hotel, and go straight to a comfortable bed ...

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Fox News

Sex toys in airline passengers' luggage prompt security alert at Berlin airport
Fox News
On the very same day a terminal at Frankfurt Airport was forced to evacuate after a whole family made it through security without being properly screened, authorities were called in at Berlin's Schonefeld Airport after screeners mistook sex toys for ...
Airport's X-ray screening leads to bomb scare, X-rated luggage itemsWDSU New Orleans

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Will Rogers Airports says 'cancellations are expected' as storms drag on
Will Rogers Airports in Oklahoma City tweeted an update with regards to severe weather in the metro. Flights have been moving on in heavy storms, but cancellations are expected as delays lengthen and rain continues to fall. The airport recommends ...

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Los Angeles Times

TSA is staying at small airports, may launch dog-screened lines, TSA chief says
Los Angeles Times
“I can tell you categorically that is not going to happen,” he said in a videotaped interview with USA Today about the idea of ending passenger screenings at about 150 of the nation's smaller airports. “We are not eliminating federal screening at any ...
Dulles International Airport rolls out new state-of-the-art bag checkerFOX 5 DC
TSA looks at separate lines for fliers 'swept' by caninesUSA TODAY
TSA agent jumps into action after bag starts smoking in checkpoint line at GA airportWSB Atlanta

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