Flying has made significantly easier for people all over the world to reach… well, the entire world. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement Colin Nagy with Skift had a similar thought, and he’s come up with three simple fixes for the industry.
Across the world, certain cities have been introducing new “e-gates” to their amenities – passengers in the UK are being given more options for avoiding the lines, and Abu Dhabi is introducing retina scans to quicken the pace for international flyers.
Global Entry meanwhile has been introduced in the United States, giving travelers who make frequent trips abroad an easier time with immigration, turning what used to be hours of hassle into minutes of ease.
But his biggest suggestion comes in the form of the oldest idea – impressing a little can go a long way. There should be a sense of empathy or at least help from the airports, not a feeling of dread or the combative nature we’ve all seen airport workers with.
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