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With more than 37 million passengers in 2016, Qatar's new Doha Airport is one of the busiest airline hubs in the world. Thales has designed the whole security system, deployed in partnership with Arinc.
Toscana Aeroporti, management company for Florence and Pisa airports, has teamed with Thales Italia to implement a new solution designed to optimise operational efficiency and enhance the passenger experience for millions of travellers to beautiful Tuscany.
Digital technologies including AI are creating a revolution in X-Ray imagery with higher quality images at safer doses and compacted systems.
A new digital platform for air travel accompanies passengers all along their journey and improves airline and airport management
Dubai International Airport operates 24/7, and is one of the busiest airports in the world with the highest of security standards and complex operational scenarios.
Arriving in Muscat's sparkling new airport terminal is a bit like entering a royal palace. With its modern steel and glass structures and towering atrium, the signature building blends Omani heritage with 21st century designs trends, creating a balance that both in
Terminal 4 at JFK airport in New York has become a benchmark for the real-time management of airport security operations. The implementation of a scalable [Thales] solution has allowed the airport management company to strike the perfect balance between the efficiency
Hong Kong Airlines celebrate the delivery of their A350 XWB aircraft with Thales AVANT IFE and Connectivity
In November 2016, Thales was chosen by Hong Kong Airlines to equip their new A350 and A330 aircraft with AVANT IFE and connectivity solutions and FlytCare services.
Following the opening of the new, highly modernised terminal of Muscat International Airport in March 2018, passengers are benefitting from enhanced operations and overall security experience thanks to Thales.
As the nature of security threats facing airports is constantly evolving, so too must the mechanisms for detecting and preventing them to ensure that they remain safe places for passengers and airport staff worldwide.