Collaborative air traffic flow management: Incorporating airline preferences in rerouting decisions

Collaborative air traffic flow management: Incorporating airline preferences in rerouting decisions

This paper discusses the air traffic flow management problem under the new operating paradigm of collaborative rerouting. A route and slot allocation model that incorporates flight operator’s disutility cost of rerouting to avoid an impacted airspace is proposed to optimally...
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Impact of multi-criteria optimized trajectories on European airline efficiency, safety and airspace demand

Impact of multi-criteria optimized trajectories on European airline efficiency, safety and airspace demand

Today the European airspace is facing multiple capacity constraints which are regulating demand during busy traffic periods of the day. These capacity limits cause inefficiencies in flight and airport ground handling. Current market forecasts predict an annual...
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Recycling solution for aircraft interiors moves closer

Recycling solution for aircraft interiors moves closer

Manufacturers and teardown companies are continuing their quest to find ways of recycling the last remaining fifth of an aircraft – primarily the interior – that cannot presently be recycled or recovered. This number is expected to rise, however, according...
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Social engineering, data manipulation prove key threats to airlines

Social engineering, data manipulation prove key threats to airlines

Attacks threatening airlines, airports and their supply chain can take many forms, involve many threat vectors, and are carried out by a large variety of hostile actors. As Israel Airports Authority head of cyber and information security Roee Laufer pointed...
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Aviation Emissions Could Be Recycled Into Jet Fuel

Aviation Emissions Could Be Recycled Into Jet Fuel

Emissions from aircraft could soon be captured and reused as jet fuel. BBC News reports that green aviation specialists, SkyNRG are working with Rotterdam Airport on a groundbreaking sustainability project. The firm is planning the world’s first commerci...
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What Is Fuel Tankering And Why Should You Care?

What Is Fuel Tankering And Why Should You Care?

Reports today have shown how deeply the issue of fuel tankering runs in the European short-haul market. What is fuel tankering? The practice of fuel tankering is when an aircraft deliberately carries excess fuel in order to reduce or eliminate...
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Qantas aims for net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Qantas aims for net zero carbon emissions by 2050

The announcement means that Qantas is the only airline group to commit to cap its net emissions at 2020 levels, and the second to commit to net zero emissions by 2050. In total, these commitments are the most ambitious carbon...
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Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Airport Security?

Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Airport Security?

Checking travelers property at airports demands skilled staff. A startup will develop a proof-of-concept for an artificial intelligence (AI)-based object recognition capability for the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), that could greatly enhance...
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CASA Adopts ICAO Recommendations To Protect Safety Data Sources

CASA Adopts ICAO Recommendations To Protect Safety Data Sources

The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is updating regulations and guidance to conform to updated International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recommendations limiting the use of safety reporting data. The revisions would expand protections ...
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ABM Partners with JetBlue Airways for Fueling Services

ABM Partners with JetBlue Airways for Fueling Services

ABM (NYSE: ABM), a leading provider of facility solutions, announced today that the company will be responsible for into-plane fueling services for JetBlue flights out of George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) in Texas. “We partner with JetBlue for a num...
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