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MIA Introduces Forward-Thinking AR Exhibit

MIA Introduces Forward-Thinking AR Exhibit

…asset, you can’t really move an airport, so as sea levels rise, how might the airport have to be reevaluated, and specifically this airport?” The immersive experience uses smartphone technology to engage airport visitors and encourage participation. Guests need only scan the QR code printed on the floor in front…

SEA Visitor Pass Officially Launches

SEA Visitor Pass Officially Launches

Following a successful pilot program, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) this week launches SEA Visitor Pass, enabling 100 non-ticketed passengers per day to go post-security to dine, shop, watch planes and meet loved ones at the gate. Guests looking for the Visitor Pass can apply online up to seven days in…

MSY Launches Guest Pass Program

MSY Launches Guest Pass Program

…through the same TSA screening as travelers. Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by an adult that has been approved to participate in the program and Guest Pass participants are limited to one visit per month. MSY joins Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) and several…

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Nominate Now In The 2019 Airport Experience Awards

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Nominate Now In The 2019 Airport Experience Awards

…any airport, not just the first. Example: The first McDonald’s in SEA cannot qualify because there have been other McDonald’s units in airports prior. Airport Sizes – Utilize this FAA list to determine the official size — large, medium, or small — of the airport. CLICK HERE. ONLY TWO NOMINATIONS…

SEA Adds Accessibility Services

SEA Adds Accessibility Services

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) has announced new services designed to make the airport more accessible for all guests, including a pilot program to assist guests with hidden disabilities. Among the new services available to aide travelers’ journeys through the airport is the sunflower lanyard, an initiative borrowed from Gatwick International…