AIRPORTS

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  1. UK airports following new quarantine rules

    Commentary: What my first flight in four months told me about the future of travel

    New hygiene-related practices, coupled with a rethinking of how many trips were truly necessary, are welcomed changes in a post-pandemic world, ...
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    Commentary: Here's how Singapore can take the reins of opening up travel bubbles safely

    Quotas on inbound travel, on top of the mutual acceptance of national standards on quarantine, testing and contact tracing, will be needed for air ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Airport staff member wears a protective mask due to the coronavirus outbreak as she san

    Commentary: To help us travel safer with COVID-19, airports need new checkpoint technology

    As air travel works towards its revival, airports must re-engineer their procedures and systems in conjunction with mandatory safety procedures, ...
  4. Changi Airport 09

    Commentary: We will fly again. Here’s what’s needed to safely restart flights and resume air travel

    Restoring trust is critical to the safe resumption of air travel. IATA chief Alexandre de Juniac discusses what the post-COVID-19 travel ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: British Airways passenger plane prepares to land at Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport in L

    Commentary: How concerns over Heathrow’s third runway threw a spanner in London airport expansion plans

    Campaigners have won a Court of Appeal ruling over controversial plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport on environmental grounds, after ...
  6. ICA BioScreen-Multi Modal Biometric Screening System

    ‘Policing needs to get better’: Josephine Teo highlights 3 areas that could help crime-fighters

    Biometrics, data analytics and digital forensics are mentioned as areas that could help international crime-busters better do their jobs.
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    North Korea shielding missiles at airports: UN experts

    The panel said that sanctions against North Korea were "ineffective," with Pyongyang acquiring illegal shipments of oil products, selling banned ...