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Free in-flight WiFi

There's good news for corporate travel coming. Delta has announced they will be offering free WiFi to all their customers on all their flights. 

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The New Age of Travel at LAX - and hats off to the Delta Upgrades

Recently there have been numerous changes and upgrades being made at the Los Angeles International Airport. Several construction projects, ranging from parking structures, to sidewalks, to the terminals have been underway, and the improvements are noticeable. Although the construction process can impact overall congestion, the goal is to make LAX bigger and better, which a major hub like Los Angeles warrants!
 

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Risky Business When Using Airport WiFi Networks

The next time you sign into an unsecured WiFi network at the airport to pass time before your flight, think first about the cybersecurity, or lack thereof, on these open networks.
 
A report recently came out documenting and researching the Threat Index regarding at which US airports you are most likely to be hacked if using the free WiFi network. It’s possible that your electronic devices become targets for cyberattacks, malware, and other risks that jeopardize the security of your electronics.
 

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Lufthansa Introduces Biometric Boarding Pass to U.S. Markets

Lufthansa is bringing new technology to the U.S. markets it serves with a biometric boarding system, designed to help save time during the airplane boarding process. 

The technology uses recognition cameras to capture facial images, which get sent to Customs and Border Protection for instant authentication of each person’s identity. Once confirmed, the passenger is allowed to walk onto the plane, no boarding pass required.

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