U.S. airports is adopting "common-use strategy" for gates, kiosks

A number of U.S. airports are working on allowing carriers to share gates, ticketing and check-in kiosks, and baggage carousels. The "common-use strategy" could put an end to tarmac delays. "The industry is starting to realize that common use has a lot of value," said Tim Harris, chief technology officer for California's John Wayne Airport.

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