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Airport Show video - the passenger experience

Posted 6 May 2013 · 1 Comment

Day One of the Airport Show in Dubai is all about passenger experience.

 We take a close look at the new sleeping pod getting its world debut at Abu Dhabi International Airport; we hear from Akbar Al Baker on the progress of Hamad International Airport; We meet a Saudi company that has the baggage business all wrapped up, as well as discovering a wonder wall and a trolley that doesn't wibble wobble its way around an airport concourse.  Join Abbi Henderson and Alan Peaford on their journey around the show.

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Ahmed Abboud

posted 1 year ago

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