Data Collaboration: What does the future hold for the aviation industry?

Data Collaboration: What does the future hold for the aviation industry?

Alan Newbold, director and digital transport leader at Arup, discusses the benefits of data sharing across the aviation industry The aviation industry is waking up to the potential of digital technology. It’s now top of CEOs’ agendas across the globe,...
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Airport Kiosk Market – the Emergence of Innovative Mobile Technologies and Passengers

Airport Kiosk Market – the Emergence of Innovative Mobile Technologies and Passengers

(Type – Check-in Kiosk, Automated Passport Control Kiosks, Baggage Check-in, Information Kiosks, Ticketing Kiosks, Internet Kiosks, and Others) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2017 – 2026. Albany, NY — (SBWIRE) —...
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The digital transformation of airports

The digital transformation of airports

A working session at the upcoming ACI Europe/World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition in Brussels in June, will focus on digital transformation and the airport brand proposition – where should the airport experience begin and end?  While saf...
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Wizz Air reaches 30 million passenger milestone

Wizz Air reaches 30 million passenger milestone

Wizz Air has reported a new passenger record, with more than 30 million passengers carried in the past rolling 12 month-period. The same time, the low-cost carrier has seen its operations across Europe increase by 24 per cent compared to...
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Over Two-Thirds of Flight Attendants Say They Have Been Harassed by Passengers: Union Survey

Over Two-Thirds of Flight Attendants Say They Have Been Harassed by Passengers: Union Survey

More than two-thirds of flight attendants in the U.S. report experiencing verbal or physical sexual harassment during their careers, according to a study released by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA. Sixty-eight percent of the 3,500 flight attendants w...
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IATA Airlines Financial Monitor – April 2018

IATA Airlines Financial Monitor – April 2018

According to IATA‘s April report of the Airlines Financial Monitor, while industry wide passenger capacity is still growing broadly in line with demand, slower freight demand has seen the freight load factor slip back of late. Key points: The initial d...
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Q1 brings further gains in air traffic, with passengers up 7.6%

Q1 brings further gains in air traffic, with passengers up 7.6%

European airport trade body, ACI Europe released its air traffic report for March and Q1. The report is the only air transport report which includes all types of civil aviation passenger flights: full service, low cost and charter. It reveals...
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Explosive-detecting dogs introduced in British airports to screen cargo

Explosive-detecting dogs introduced in British airports to screen cargo

The UK Government has announced dogs capable of detecting minute traces of explosives concealed in air freight are being deployed in cargo sheds. The dogs have undertaken a rigorous new training programme set out by the UK Government to prepare them...
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Smart gates to replace passport officials at Dubai Airports by 2030

Smart gates to replace passport officials at Dubai Airports by 2030

By 2030, smart gates at Dubai airports will replace passport officials’ platforms, according to Major General Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, Director General, General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs. Al Marri said, “We have created smart gates pr...
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Engine OEMs Transition From Old To New

Engine OEMs Transition From Old To New

Engine OEM representatives discussed navigating challenges around support and spares when transitioning from old to new engine programs at Aviation Week Network’s Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance event in London. GE Aviation, Pratt & Whitney and...
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