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3,300 million of people will travel by plane in 2014

About 3,300 million people will travel by plane at least once in 2014, these will be 1,300 million passengers, according to the proyections released by the International Air Transport Association. China will bring a substantial part to the increase in passenger numbers and an estimated 800 million additional passengers, 45% moves on routes of Asia-Pacific region and 214 million passengers …

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Holograms help passengers in a British airport

A British airport created a hologram of two of its officials in the customer service area in order to help expedite the security screening process for passengers. The images of the Manchester airport employees: John Walsh and Julie Caper were created using the same technology that gives life to the virtual band Gorillaz. The holograms will welcome passengers at the …

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Remains controversy by airports scanners

Upset passengers because of the body scanners at airports were planning to protest today. The situation is growing and there’s more people raising they’re voice against this procedure. The head of the security transportation called on passengers to accept the new rules so they can reduce the waiting time in one of the most intense traffic days of the year.

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Smart underwear for airport scanners

There has been a lot to talk about the new technologies that the U.S. and some European airports implemented to increase security. One of the most complicated things for travelers is the machine scanners to check under their clothes, allowing officials to see the passengers naked on the monitor.

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A flight ticket on your Mobile phone

American Airlines started selling tickets on mobile phones at the U.S., Puerto Rico and Barcelona airports. American Airlines customers traveling from New York’s JFK Airport, San Juan, Puerto Rico and Barcelona (Spain) can be billed through their mobile phones without having to print their boarding passes, the company reported.

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