Digital trevelers drive airline and airport passenger strategies for 2025

Digital trevelers drive airline and airport passenger strategies for 2025

Airport and airline IT executives believe that the growing number of tech-savvy travelers will have the biggest impact on their digital plans over the next six years to 2025. This is revealed in a new report published by SITA, the...
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MAX Grounding’s Demand Effect Hard To Quantify

MAX Grounding’s Demand Effect Hard To Quantify

Aftermarket parts specialist Heico Corp. said the Boeing 737 MAX’s prolonged grounding is likely helping its bottom line, but the benefits are hard to quantify and are likely offset by lost opportunities linked to the related production slowdown. Boeing ...
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First Leap Training Engine Due At Lufthansa Technik This Month

First Leap Training Engine Due At Lufthansa Technik This Month

The German MRO is gearing up for maintenance services on the CFM International Leap engine. The first Leap training engine is scheduled to arrive at Lufthansa Technik’s engine shop in Hamburg later this month as the MRO continues its plans...
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MRO Software Must Collaborate Too

MRO Software Must Collaborate Too

John Stone, vice president product management at Ultramain Systems, explains how this collaboration can work between Big Data analytic and predictive maintenance tools and maintenance and engineering management systems. The maintenance execution systems must a...
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Building Capacity for the Future

Building Capacity for the Future

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that the 2019 Global Airport & Passenger Symposium (GAPS) will focus on the theme of building capacity for the future. GAPS will build critical alignment with a focus on three key....
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FLIGHT AND FIGHT: THE RACE TO OWN SKY-HIGH INTERNET

FLIGHT AND FIGHT: THE RACE TO OWN SKY-HIGH INTERNET

Inflight internet connectivity is big money for the aerospace industry. Both Inmarsat and Viasat’s global Ka-band systems require a base layer of three satellites, positioned over the equator and thus with some coverage gaps at the poles. Regionally in North...
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Indicator of serious flight delays with the approach of time-delay stability

Indicator of serious flight delays with the approach of time-delay stability

We find the varying cross-correlations among such time series with the approach of time delay stability, and describe the correlations with temporal networks for correlation states. Deterministic correspondences between the average degrees of temporal netw...
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IATA’s Billing and Settlement Plan launched for Myanmar

IATA’s Billing and Settlement Plan launched for Myanmar

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched the Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) in Myanmar as of 1 September 2019.  The introduction of BSP operations will ease the reporting of ticket sales and remittance for participating travel agents...
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Wideroe Targets Zero-Emissions Aircraft From 2030

Wideroe Targets Zero-Emissions Aircraft From 2030

Following its acquisition of Siemens electric aircraft propulsion activities earlier this year, Rolls-Royce has taken another step towards greener engines via a joint research project with Norwegian carrier Wideroe. The airline wants to replace its fleet of Da...
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Innovation in Airport Security Screening

Innovation in Airport Security Screening

New scanners will make traveling through UK’s airports more secure and simple. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “By making journeys through UK airports easier than ever, this new equipment will help boost the vital role our airports play in securing...
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