Дата: 21-05-19 11:18
SUCCESSFUL BIOMETRIC BOARDING PROJECT AT LJUBLJANA AIRPORT
After a successful biometric boarding pilot project at Ljubljana Airport, Amadeus believes that the industry has taken another step towards the creation of a common, centralised industry platform for the technology.
Working with Adria Airways, the airport’s home carrier, and LOT Polish Airlines, 175 participating passengers were successfully boarded in record time.
The pilot saw average boarding times reduced by approximately 75% meaning boarding took just two seconds, rather than the typical five to ten seconds per passenger.
And Bostjan Rakovec, head of IT for Fraport Slovenija, said: “We recently began a partnership with Amadeus, undergoing a full-scale modernisation of our IT systems.
While Bruno Spada, executive vice president Airport IT at Amadeus, said: “This pilot marks an important milestone in our journey towards a remotely hosted biometrics solution for the industry where travellers only need to enrol once.
"Our solution is in line with IATA’s One ID vision meaning it works across all participating airports and airlines so passengers can arrive at the airport ready to travel.
The pilot at Ljubljana Airport focused specifically on improving how passengers board the aircraft although the platform is designed to work across all ID verification pain points at the airport, including check-in, security, lounge access and boarding.
Источник информации: Airport World
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