Our next issue of Airport Industry Review will be all about technology and the companies working tirelessly to make the future of air travel happen sooner, rather than later.
Barcelona Airport air traffic control tower is now home to five start-up companies, who, as part of a new initiative, are working alongside the airport's management company to create innovative technologies. We speak to them to find out what names to look out for in years to come.
Technology is also being used to great effect on one facet of airport life that most passengers despise – queuing. We profile the companies working on next-generation queuing tech.
Also, as France voted to bring in some of the most stringent flight regulations, we ask: “Should Europe ban short-haul flights?” Find out that, and more, next month.
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