Every 45 seconds a plane takes off or lands on the runways of Heathrow Airport.
Meanwhile, a drone roams the terminals of Glasgow, making passengers’ waiting times a bit more pleasant. In the skies above Southampton, drones in the shape of hawks are on the lookout for birds to guarantee a safe departure of the aircrafts.
Airports are now more than ever the hubs of global communication; Heathrow, in particular, is one of the busiest in the world. They have all become a point of passage and a place for millions of passengers to reunite with their loved ones. And to ensure that this experience is a pleasant one, they are also major centers for innovation and cutting-edge technologies.