first_imgSpain were knocked out in the round of 16 by a 4-2 (1-1) penalty shootout shock defeat to hosts Russia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.With the win Russia qualified for the round of 16 as Koke and Lago Aspas missed their attempts for Spain while the Russians converted their first four spot kicks.Russia’s Sergei Ignashevich’s own goal in the 12th minute opened Spain’s account before Artem Dzyuba struck in the 41st minute to equalise.Russia captain Igor Akinfeev saved Iago Aspas’ spot kick with his foot to trigger wild celebrations all over Russia.MATCH – HIGHLIGHTS | REPORT”In the second half, we were trying to defend. We were hoping for penalties and that’s what happened, thank God,” Akinfeev said. “We are having a fantastic World Cup.”This is how Twitter reacted:Ranking is just a number when #Russia took on #Spain it was a battle of equals the #Russains lived the dreams of 114 million hearts, what a win Huge, we can celebrate Goalkeepers Day #Worldcup2018Russia #Football Menezes (@menezeshenry) July 1, 2018Crazy to think that one of these 9 will be in the World Cup final:Russia????Croatia????Denmark????Switzerland????Sweden????England??????????????Colombia????Just as crazy that:Germany????Argentina????Portugal????Spain????have already gone home…What a WILD #WorldCupTom Hutchinson (@THutchinson29) July 1, 2018Out of #WorldCupGermany ?Spain ?Argentina ?Portugal ? Jokes (@Footy_JokesOG) July 1, 2018VAR officials for that penalty decision on Ramos/Pique”Didn’t look like a penalty to me””I didn’t see a penalty””No penalty””I see nothing wrong”#ESPRUS #SPARUS #WorldCup Of The Kop (@_RoarOfTheKop_) July 1, 2018Russia’s goalkeeper knocks out Spain from penalties by his foot #ESPRUS #RUS #WorldCup (@__chadders__) July 1, 2018FIFA.., I Don’t Feel So Good..!#ESPRUS #WorldCup #SPNRUS #ESP Babu (@Akhil7Cena) July 1, 2018#RUS does it. UN. REAL. #WorldCup Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) July 1, 2018Portugal out – Ronaldo outArgentina Out – Messi outSpain out – Rest of LaLiga outI’m thinking – what would India do for the rest of the world cup!?#WorldCupSiddharth Mishra (@Mirror_ur_self) July 1, 2018An era. Goodbye and thank you Andrés Iniesta?? #SPARUS #WorldCup Ndlela (@mbali_ndlela) July 1, 2018last_img read more


first_imgAn Ohio State player wearing his helmet on the field.Ohio State has released its official hype video for Saturday night’s contest against Clemson.Saturday night, Ohio State returns to the College Football Playoff as the Buckeyes will take on No. 2 Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl. Wednesday, the program released its official trailer for the contest.The hype video combines footage of the terrain near Glendale, Arizona with highlights of the Buckeyes in action this year. It’ll do the trick for any Ohio State fan looking to get pumped for Saturday night.Ohio State and Clemson will meet at 7:00 p.m. ET at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The winner of the contest will take on the winner of Alabama vs. Washington, which will be played earlier in the day. It should be a great one.last_img

first_img Next Playing Australia will boost our confidence, says India hockey captain Manpreet SinghThe India team travel Down Under for five matches starting Wednesday. The tour, marked as a preparation for next month’s Hockey Series Final will be newly-appointed chief coach Graham Reid’s maiden assignment with the team.advertisement Press Trust of India BengaluruMay 6, 2019UPDATED: May 6, 2019 16:18 IST India captain Manpreet Singh feels playing against australia will provide good exposure to youngsters. (Twitter/TheHockeyIndia)HIGHLIGHTSThe India team travel Down Under for five matches starting WednesdayThe tour will be newly-appointed chief coach Graham Reid’s maiden assignmentIndia captain Manpreet Singh feels playing against Australia will provide good exposure to youngstersPlaying against a world-class team like Australia will provide good exposure to youngsters and will boost the confidence of the team ahead of next month’s FIH men’s Hockey Series Final, feels India captain Manpreet Singh.The India team travel Down Under for five matches starting Wednesday. The tour, marked as a preparation for next month’s Hockey Series Final in Bhubaneswar, will be newly-appointed chief coach Graham Reid’s maiden assignment with the team.The men’s side will play two matches each against the Australian national team and Australia A and a lone game against the Western Australia Thundersticks club.”Playing a world-class team like Australia ahead of the important Series in June will only help build our confidence. We had a good tournament in Malaysia in March and some of the youngsters did well there,” Manpreet said.”While Jaskaran Singh will make his international debut, it will be Gursahibjit’s second tournament with the Indian team and Armaan Qureshi is also returning to the team after a long gap. I am confident these players will live up to the expectations. It will be good exposure for them against the world no.2 side,” he added.Mark your calendars as Team India get ready for the Down Under challenge!Here’s a look at how their fixtures are lined up!#IndiaKaGame Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) May 4, 2019The team boasts of an interesting mix of experienced players and newcomers.And Reid will look to test all combinations ahead of the Hockey Series Final, where India needs to finish on top to ensure a place in the final round of the Olympic qualifier scheduled in October this year.advertisementIndia began its season with a silver medal at the 28th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia and will hope to keep up the good show.Talking about the ideology of the new coach, Manpreet said Reid emphasises on having team players rather than relying on individual performances.”The new coach constantly reminds us why a team player holds more value to him than an individual player with excellent skill set.”He also instills winning mentality in every player and confident body language has also been an area of focus apart from game-specific tactics over the past three weeks of training under Graham Reid,” Manpreet said.Also Read | Manpreet Singh to lead India in tour of AustraliaAlso Read | India men’s hockey team to join FIH Pro League from 2020For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bykarishma Tags :Follow Manpreet SinghFollow Hockey SeriesFollow AustraliaFollow Graham Reidlast_img read more

first_img For more information on the province’s Better Care Sooner plan, please visit” . access to primary health care by a team of professionals, including doctors and nurses, for 12 hours a day, seven days a week same-day or next-day access to medical appointments 24/7 access to emergency care. Nova Scotia showcased its innovative collaborative emergency centre (CEC) model to a Cabinet minister from Saskatchewan, today, July 26, highlighting how the approach is helping Nova Scotians receive better care sooner. Saskatchewan Rural and Remote Health Minister Randy Weekes joined Health and Wellness Minister David Wilson on a tour of the CEC in Parrsboro. “This is a great opportunity to share an innovative health-care model that is working in Nova Scotia,” Mr. Wilson. “Collaborative emergency centres are one of the examples of innovation our premiers are discussing. I’m very proud of the positive changes we are making to Nova Scotia’s health-care system.” Collaborative emergency centres keep emergency rooms open, reduce patient wait times and provide a team-based approach that offers continuity of care. This ensures patients can get the appropriate treatment before a minor health issue turns into a health crisis. Saskatchewan health officials recently travelled to Nova Scotia to review the model which they found appealing because of the team approach under one roof. “I am very excited to learn about the potential the collaborative emergency centre model holds for Saskatchewan as a way to address the challenges of health care delivery in rural and remote communities,” said Mr. Weekes. “Interest in this model of care has been steadily growing over the past months, and we are optimistic the CECs could benefit Saskatchewan residents. I am particularly pleased Dr. Vino Padayachee with the Saskatchewan Medical Association was able to join me and I look forward to working closely with other health-care providers as we consider this new team-based approach to care.” Nova Scotia’s first collaborative emergency centre opened in Parrsboro in July 2011, and two others have opened in Springhill and Tatamagouche. Centres have been announced for Pugwash, Annapolis Royal and Musqudoboit Harbour. The services at the centres include: last_img read more

first_imgNEW YORK — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday:Molina Healthcare Inc., down $11.72 to $120Insurers, hospitals and other health care companies fell after a Texas judge ruled that the 2010 Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.PG&E Corp., down $1.57 to $24.44California regulators said they opened an investigation into whether the utility falsified gas pipeline safety records.ABB Ltd., down 30 cents to $19.10The industrial automation company agreed to sell its power grid business to Hitachi of Japan.Goldman Sachs Group Inc., down $4.76 to $168.01Malaysia filed criminal charges against Goldman and two former executives for their role in the alleged multibillion-dollar ransacking of a state investment fund.Fidelity Southern Corp., up $3.40 to $24.82The bank agreed to combine with Ameris Bancorp, another financial company headquartered in Georgia.Jack in the Box Inc., up $1.70 to $82.03The fast food chain said it is exploring strategic as well as financial options to improve value for shareholders.Deutsche Bank AG, down 20 cents to $8.60European stocks sank Monday and Germany’s main stock index entered a “bear market.”State Street Corp., up 36 cents to $63.89Bank stocks performed better than the rest of the U.S. market Monday.The Associated Presslast_img read more

TORONTO — The Canadian dollar drifted lower Wednesday morning amid general U.S. dollar strength.The loonie was down 0.07 of a cent to 91.27 cents US to levels last seen in September 2009.The new year is only two weeks old and the loonie has already fallen 3.1%, making it the worst performing primary currency.The reasons for the decline are many. One is that the greenback has gained in value as the Federal Reserve starts to back away from its massive monthly bond purchases.But recent Canadian economic data has disappointed markets, particularly reports last week showing a rising trade deficit and December employment data showing the loss of 46,000 jobs.The Bank of Canada’s dovish stand on interest rates has also contributed to the fall and traders are particularly looking to what the central bank has to say next week in its next scheduled announcement on interest rates. Governor Stephen Poloz has signalled the bank is in no rush to raise rates and analysts aren’t looking for a hike until next year.“People are starting to get the view the Bank of Canada is certainly not going to be raising rates, but might actually turn more dovish or even open the door to rate cuts,” said David Watt, chief economist at the Canadian unit of HSBC Holdings Plc, by phone from Toronto. “You’re getting to the sell-Canada kind of story.”In fact, some are looking for the bank to cut rates. Mark Chandler, Head of Canadian FIC Strategy at RBC Dominion Securities observes that “there is a significant minority of observers believing that a shift towards an easing bias is in the cards next week and, unless the notion is dispelled, it is hard to imagine the Canadian dollar reversing some of its recent losses.”Traders also awaited the afternoon release of the latest take on the economy by the U.S. Federal Reserve. The Fed has already started to taper its massive monthly bond purchases to $75 billion, a decrease of $10 billion a month, and made further tapering contingent on economic performance, particularly jobs data.[np_storybar title=”Get used to it: Weak loonie is new normal for 2014, analysts say” link=””%5DFind out who are the winners and losers as the loonie sinks. Read on [/np_storybar]Uncertainty about Fed intentions arose after December jobs data released last Friday came far below expectations.In other economic developments, the World Bank said Tuesday that the global economy is slowly picking up steam.The bank’s twice-yearly Global Economics Prospects report says global growth is expected to firm from 2.4 % in 2013 to 3.2 % this year and 3.4 % in 2015. The report said the momentum that countries such as the United States and Japan are building up should support stronger growth in the developing countries.On the commodity markets, February crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained 44 cents to US$93.03 a barrel.March copper declined one cent to US$3.32 to US$ a pound while February bullion lost $6.40 to US$1,239 an ounce. read more

VANCOUVER — Western Forest Products Inc. (TSX:WEF) says it’s indefinitely curtailing operations at one of its mills on Vancouver Island.The company said in a statement that the Somass sawmill in Port Alberni, where it manufactures western red cedar, has been in limbo since February — before that it only operated with a single shift.Western Forest Products, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment, said it intends to offer voluntary severance to its hourly employees at the mill.CEO Don Demens said the company will encourage employees to explore opportunities at its other Vancouver Island sawmills.The company said it is focused on cost reductions to remain competitive, and the decision came amid a lack of log supply to operate efficiently and uncertainty caused by duties recently applied to softwood lumber products going from Canada into the U.S.Western Forest Products expects to increase production at its other Vancouver Island operations to offset lost production. read more

He further extended hope that the Year of the Monkey would bring joy, prosperity, good fortune and long life to everyone celebrating the grand festival.The Chinese New Year is the most important festival in China, which marks the end of winter and the start of spring. (Colombo Gazette) “The celebration of the Chinese New Year is steeped in history, tradition and custom and is the most important celebration for the Chinese people in many parts of the world.” President Maithripala Sirisena has sent his greeting to the Chinese Government and its people for the Chinese New Year which falls on February 8, the Xinhua news agency reported.“It is with great pleasure that I extend my warm good wishes to everyone celebrating the Chinese New Year in the People’s Republic of China and around the world,” Sirisena said. The Sri Lankan President added that several events had been organized by the Chinese Embassy in Colombo to celebrate the New Year in Sri Lanka. read more

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. says Air Baltic Corp. has signed a deal to buy 30 CS300 aircraft with options and purchase rights for 30 more.Based on the list price, the firm order is valued at about $3.8 billion.If the options and purchase rights are exercised in full, the value of the deal will increase to about $7.7 billion.Deliveries are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2019.The agreement builds upon an earlier order by the airline for 20 CS300 aircraft. AirBaltic is currently operating eight CS300 jets.Bombardier says the deal makes airBaltic the largest European C Series customer and the second largest customer worldwide.

Mr. Annan’s reaction followed a meeting this weekend between the External Affairs Minister of India, K. Natwar Singh, and the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Khurshid Mohammed Kasuri. The two South Asian officials reviewed the process of the composite dialogue between their countries.In a statement released by his spokesman, the Secretary-General also welcomed the announcement that President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet on the sidelines of the General Assembly in New York later this month.”He is heartened that the two sides continue to make steady progress towards resolving outstanding issues and improving their bilateral relations,” the spokesman said, emphasizing that success would benefit not only on the lives of the peoples of the two countries but also regional and global stability.The Secretary-General encouraged the leaders of India and Pakistan to pursue their efforts “with patience and a spirit of compromise in addressing the various issues, including the question of Jammu and Kashmir.”Kashmir has been split between the two countries since they won independence from the United Kingdom more than 50 years ago. UN observers have been deployed there for over five decades. read more

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOpposition says Granger to lose immunity after March 21March 20, 2019In “latest news”Constitutional Crisis: Govt shoots down proposal for early electionsMarch 8, 2019In “latest news”Opposition to write CARICOM, OAS on political crisisMarch 7, 2019In “latest news” Following the Government protest action outside of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) on Thursday calling for a delay in the hosting of Regional and National Elections, Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo stated that there will be a constitutional crisis if the coalition Government does not hold elections in March.“We are heading to a constitutional crisis and an unconstitutional illegal Government which will have serious complications for domestic interest and international ties… they are putting our country at risk”, Jagdeo said at his weekly press briefing on Thursday.According to the Opposition Leader, the power lies only in the legislator to expand the life of Government through Article 106 (7) with a 2/3 vote of Members of Parliament in agreement.Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo“I hope that they will file all their appeals, we will represent ourselves at all of these hearings, but right now there is no consequence, nothing has stopped the clock… only the Legislator can expand the life of this Government” Jagdeo said.When questioned, Jagdeo stated that his party is anticipating that the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) deals with the matter before the March deadline.“I anticipate that the CCJ will deal with this matter before the March deadline…the read appeal have not been filed though so I am concerned with them attempting to delay”.Further, the former President highlighted that since the Chief Justice has upheld the decision taken in the National Assembly, the coalition refused to adhere to the constitution.According to Jagdeo, the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) will maintain the moral high ground but at the same time, will take action.“We are taking the moral high ground, we are not seeking violence, we will not be polarizing our people, so that is where we will always stand… but we are very forceful in our arguments and protest” the leader explained.The Opposition Leader, the PPP/C is making it clear that his party will not accept an extended elections.“People asking us if we are prepared to extend the life of the NCM and our answer is a categorical no…they took 18 days to hold a meeting between the Opposition Leader and President…they are not treating this matter seriously, they are doing nothing to show that they will meet this timeline. So how are we going to go to a meeting to say yes to this? We have been extremely reasonable so far, we have argued for the upholding of the constitution, held peaceful protest but his Government is doing everything to frustrate our constitution and the timeline imposed by the constitution…no one can blame the PPP for driving this country into a constitutional crisis, APNU/AFC will be totally responsible for this” Jagdeo said.As such, the PPP/C head is urging Government to cease its attempts to hold onto power and to cease its continued breach of the constitution. read more

first_imgTwo people were injured in Fisher’s Landing on Monday evening when the motorcycle they rode on crashed.About 5:20 p.m., a man was operating a motorcycle at Southeast 164th Avenue and 29th Street with his juvenile stepdaughter on the back, said Officer Ilia Botvinnik with the Vancouver Police Department.When a vehicle ahead of them stopped, the man braked hard and crashed before hitting the back of the car.Both motorcycle riders were injured. Their names and conditions were not immediately available Monday night.The motorcycle operator had only a learner’s permit but no driver’s license endorsement that would allow him to carry a passenger, Botvinnik said.last_img

first_imgThe Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least four children were among the dead in regime strikes on the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region, where some 120 people were also injured.The death toll was likely to rise further, it said.The air raids hit the towns of Douma, Saqba, Kafr Batna and Hammouriyeh in the rebel stronghold region outside the capital. An AFP photographer in Douma saw more than a dozen bodies in makeshift plastic shrouds in a field hospital where medical workers struggled to aid the wounded. Also Read – Nine hurt in accident at fireworks show in French resortElsewhere, he also saw two plastic shrouds opened at the top to reveal the faces of two children, their skin yellow and blood-speckled.Inside a clinic, a young boy wept and hugged his legs — one roughly bandaged — as he sat on a blood-smeared floor next to other injured residents.The strikes came as rebels fired dozens of rockets into Damascus.The Observatory, without specifying whether the raids or attack on Damascus came first, said at least 13 people, among them 10 civilians, were killed as a barrage of more than 50 rockets slammed into Damascus. It said another 60 people were wounded. Also Read – Pakistan Army ‘fully prepared’ to face any challenge: Army spokesmanSyria’s state news agency SANA, citing a police source, put the toll at five dead with 55 others injured “most of them children and women.” Rebels often fire into the Syrian capital from rear bases on the outskirts of Damascus, including at times barrages of hundreds of missiles.Rights groups have condemned indiscriminate rebel rocket fire into the capital as amounting to war crimes.The government, for its part, regularly carries out air strikes against rebel-held areas on the outskirts of Damascus, particularly Eastern Ghouta which is also under regime siege.Today, Amnesty International accused the government of war crimes against Eastern Ghouta residents, saying heavy aerial bombardment was compounding misery created by the blockade.last_img read more

first_imgA breathlessness that has nothing to do with the film’s two chief architects being over 80, defines the narrative momentum of “All The Money In The World”, an uplifting, sometimes sickening saga of greed and lust for power and money, not necessarily in that order. We all know how Christopher Plummer overnight replaced the disgraced Kevin Spacey in the role of J Paul Getty, the American billionaire known to be notoriously miserly even when his own grandson was kidnapped. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe morality tale sucks us into its vortex of avarice and retribution with such virile fluency that we never notice how deviously the narrative flirts with our sense of moral propriety. Is the film laughing at the twisted morality of ‘billionaire-ship’ when Getty refuses to pay up a hefty ransom to get his grandson back arguing that once he pays, all his other grandchildren’s safety would compromised? Or is the narrative mocking the desperate anguish of the kidnapped boy’s mother, played with ravishing restrain by Michelle Williams? Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveI would have looked a more confrontational screenplay pitching Plummer and his screen-bahu Williams. But we are denied the pleasure of high drama for something far more disturbing: a film that questions not limitless wealth but our judgment of the power and danger that such wealth brings.Take it as you wish. But finally this is a film that pays a winking homage to the veteran Christopher Plummer’s propensity to project moral ambivalence without letting his performance dither or wobble for even a second. Watching Plummer own every second of his playing time appropriated from Kevin Spacey, all we can say is, what a journey it has been from the sonorous “The Sound Of Music” to the vulgar sound of money. Plummer’s character and the way he shuns negotiation with the kidnappers, initially reminded me of Dilip Kumar in Ramesh Sippy’s “Shakti” who had refused to negotiate with his little son’s kidnappers.That boy had grown up to be a smouldering Amitabh Bachchan. I can envisage a similar seething destiny for young Charlie Plummer if the film allows his character the luxury of a sequel.Take a bow, Mr Plummer. And you too, Ridley Scott.At 80, Scott directs this kidnapping tale with a swishing delight, hunting down the plot’s moral centre without compromising on the quotient of fun that the characters have in getting here. Barring Mark Wahlberg whose role as a ransom negotiator remains, perhaps by its very definition, ill-defined every actor from the senior Plummer to the junior Plummer (Charlie who plays Getty’s kidnapped grandson) seems to get the point that the plot makes about obscene wealth: it kills the conscience.It can also kill your loved ones in more obvious ways.Either way, Christopher Plummer’s Getty remains unmoved. Wealth has deprived Getty of feeling real emotions. Plummer expresses the dryness of affluence.”All The Money In The World” shows us how absolute power corrupts absolutely and often that power comes from limitless wealth.last_img read more

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite A potentially disruptive weather system, due to make landfall in the Western Cape (WC) late on Thursday night, could bring snow with it, says snow-following facebook site Snow Report.Even without actual snow landing, a cold spell is predicted.If the system remains on course, the first snow should fall in the WC on Friday morning over the high peaks. Only light snow is expected in the WC. By Friday afternoon, light snow will continue in the WC over the high peaks.  By sunrise on Saturday, most of the Easern Cape (EC) high ground will have snow on it, with some areas around Rhodes possibly getting up to 25cm on the high ground, and snow may also be present on the Southern KZN Drakensberg and the KZN high ground around Kokstad. As Saturday progresses, the system will move further into KZN and Lesotho, with some good falls of up to 25cm being possible in the Sani Pass area, with the snow coming down into Drakensberg towns like Underberg. The snow may also stretch into the KZN Midlands during Saturday morning and into the afternoon. By Saturday night, most falls will be over the EC Drakensberg, the KZN Drakensberg (South, Central and North) and into the Free State in the Harrismith area. All snow activity will cease during the early hours of Sunday morning.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!center_img WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

first_img3. Amazing architectureThe airport of the future will definitely not be boring. Airports of the near future will be grandly-designed ‘aerovilles’, with ambitious architecture and stylised interiors. Some airports are already quite cool. Check them out in our collection of 11 of the world’s craziest airport interiors.4. Digital bag tagsLike your Amazon order, you’ll soon be able keep track of where your bags are with digital bag tags. This will prove to be very useful if they get lost at some point (but hopefully they’re working on that too). Apparently British Airways are already testing them, so stay tuned. Better, faster, more fun. Get set for the airport of the future.When you think about airports, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Long queues at check-in and security? Having nothing to do but buy a bottle of water and some holiday chick-lit? Well, in the near future (sooner than you might expect), get set for some exciting changes in the airport experience.According to the experts involved in our Future of Travel Report, the airports of the future will be so amazing that you will gladly go there hours before your departure.Discover the top 10 things set to make airports so good that you will want to check in earlier.1. Facial recognition will replace passportsNo more traumas when you realise your passport has run out. Facial recognition systems are set to replace those little booklets with stamps in them. This will make identifying travellers easier and faster, thus reducing long queues, waiting time and all those things you’re not so keen on.2. Art at the airportForget those boring, impersonal spaces. The airports of the future will make sure you are entertained, relaxed and inspired… and what better way to achieve that than by introducing art and sculptures at departure lounges? You can get a little taste of the future at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, where works of art from the Rijksmuseum are on display. Heathrow’s T2 terminal is set to house a large flight-themed sculpture by renowned British artist Richard Wilson. 9. Visual spaces at airportsIn the future going to the airport will be an inspiring experience in itself. The international terminal at LAX already is. Multimedia company Moment Factory installed the four-sided, 72-feet Time Tower, a ‘haptic illusion’ wrapped around one of the terminal’s main lifts that slides slowly between inspiring videos that soothe travellers.10. Personal guidance systemsHave you ever get lost trying to find your boarding gate? Some airports are quite tricky to navigate. In the future we will all have some kind of personal guidance system that will help us find the best way to navigate airports. This is already being tested at Copenhagen, so it’s coming to an airport near you…What would you like to see in airports in the future to make your journey quicker, easier and more enjoyable? Let us know below.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Related20 top airport tips: How to stay calm and save time at the airportA weekend city break, a big family holiday, or a last minute business trip: whatever the reason you find yourself stressed out at the airport, here are a few insider tips from Skyscanner’s seasoned travellers. From secrets on how to jump the check-in queue to how to get an upgrade.…11 top tips to get through the airport quicklyGet your trip off to a flying start and whizz through the airport like a pro with a little help from our well-travelled staff and top travel bloggers. Here are their top tips on getting through the airport quickly; from speeding through security to navigating your way out at arrivals.10 Most Annoying Things at AirportsThe most annoying and frustrating things that happen at airports that travellers must face before jetting off in to the sunset.center_img 7. Green spaces in departure loungeWith a ‘butterfly roof’, five-storey vertical garden and waterfalls, Changi Airport in Singapore is a model for the airport of the future. Airports the world over will have green spaces in departure lounges that will make you feel like you are outdoors while indoors, rather than stuck in a plastic-seated holding pen.8. Digital shopping walls to replace duty-free shopsBrowsing the deals you can’t get ‘cos you’re not travelling outside the EU is one of the few amusements in airports today, but duty-free shops will soon be replaced by digital shopping walls. ‘Transtailing’ – a new form of ‘Transit retail’ – will be everywhere. Some airports (like New Delhi or Frankfurt) already allow shoppers to use QR codes on their smartphones to buy goods. Multidisciplinary studios such as Think Big Factory are proposing that in the future entire large spaces such as the walls and floors of an airport will become entirely interactive. 5. Virtual assistants/hologramsIn those aerovilles of the future you will not need to worry about missing your flight or forgetting to buy something before going. Virtual assistants or holograms such as those being developed by Tensator will help you along the way to your plane.6. Biometric scanners will speed up securityGoing through security is one of the least enjoyable aspects of air travel. In a move that will cut queuing times, in the near future facial recognition software will be used to find facial expressions or body movements deemed to cause a security risk. Also, a new generation of laser molecular scanners will check both passengers and their bags in a fraction of second.last_img read more

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