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Airport Terminals, Vision 2030

Digitalisation to Transform Operational Processes and Support Traffic Growth

  • Research Code : MB10-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : AE01126-GL-MR_17091
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  • Release Date : 02-Mar-2016
  • Region : Global
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For airport organizations, traffic growth poses both an opportunity and a challenge: it will feed more passengers and drive revenue, but it may also create overcapacity involving longer waiting time and queuing at each checkpoint, thus increasing passenger dissatisfaction and decreasing their willingness to consume during dwell time. In response, initiatives using new technologies to transfer passengers from land to air side as smoothly and efficiently as possible are being adopted to improve airline operations and to generate more sales while less stressed passengers enjoy increased time air side. The 2030 Vision for Airport Terminals study explores how global airport trends will affect revenues and how the supplier landscape will evolve.
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