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European Airports to Team Up With ‘Hackers’ This Weekend

European Airports to Team Up With ‘Hackers’ This Weekend
Jesse Tabit

This weekend, programmers and coders are being invited to Berlin to take part in the development of new travel apps in an event referred to as “hackathon.” Airports including Gatwick (LGW), Stockholm Arlanda (ARN), Munich (MUC) and Geneva (GVA) will also be participating to provide flight data to the developers. According to Business Traveller, the hackathon “will be divided into four main themes covering different aspects of the airport travel experience – Life before the airport, Life at the airport, Life in between airports and Life after the airport.”

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  1. UncleDude

    June 19, 2017 at 8:11 am

    Great that the Venue selected is Berlin which is now over 7 years delayed opening its New International Airport due to IT Glitches

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