Atlanta-based Delta said its SkyMiles frequent flier members who are enrolled in CLEAR can use their fingerprints as proof of identity to board a plane at Reagan National.
A new survey on travel etiquette found that some travelers would go out of their way to be accommodating to others — but not everyone feels the same.
The results from the survey by travel agency company Travel Leaders Group showed that if asked to switch seats on an airplane so a family or couple can sit together, 45.3 percent of travelers said they would move “regardless of what …
A disruptive passenger was removed from an American Airlines flight departing from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, while her dog was loose in the aisle of the cabin.
American Airlines said Flight 218 from Atlanta to Chicago on Wednesday evening returned to the gate “to remove a disruptive passenger,” before departing again for Chicago.
Another passenger on the flight, Michael Nash, posted video of the woman on Facebook, including video of the passenger being …
On the Friday before the 4th of July, Hartsfield-Jackson set a record for passengers going through security checkpoints.
Hartsfield-Jackson expects more than 90,000 passengers to pass through security checkpoints Friday.
Travelers were bustling through the world’s busiest airport as usual on Thursday evening as a revised travel ban took effect.
The Transportation Security Administration said it will test the use of fingerprints in a PreCheck lane at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and in Denver.
The testing will match fingerprints to those that TSA PreCheck members provided when they enrolled in the program.
The idea is to eventually allow passengers to use their fingerprints as their boarding pass and ID, according to TSA. But during the test, participation is voluntary and passengers who …
Delta Air Lines is testing facial recognition technology for U.S. Customs and Border Protection exit screening in Atlanta and New York.
At Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport at gates F6 and F9 on international Concourse F, the test is part of an effort Atlanta-based Delta has been working with Customs on for the past year.
Last summer, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced it was testing facial recognition technology at Hartsfield-Jackson to verify …
Delta Air Lines is testing a system to replace boarding passes with fingerprints.
To start, Delta is testing a system to allow travelers to enter a Sky Club at Washington’s Reagan National Airport using their fingerprints.
The vision is for travelers to one day be able to move through the airport without having to pull out their ID and boarding pass as many times as they do today.
Winning teams proposed personal shoppers at the airport, improvements for the airport app, a tracking system for unaccompanied minors and donations of unused food from airport restaurants.