Service disruptions, long lines at check-in and baggage issues remain the top three areas of customer dissatisfaction with air travel but existing and emerging technology hold the potential to greatly alleviate these concerns, according to a new report from Amadeus. The report also cites passenger frustration with security checkpoints. "Navigating the Airport of Tomorrow," authored by Travel Tech Consulting President Norm Rose on behalf of Amadeus predicts that technologies ...

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