Future of the Airline Industry 2035

Future of the Airline Industry 2035

The Future of the Airline Industry 2035 study commissioned by IATA’s Industry Affairs Committee aims to help airlines and other key aviation stakeholders anticipate the key risks and opportunities that their businesses could face between now and 2035. Carried out...
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Delta Air Lines Sees Premium Profits

Delta Air Lines Sees Premium Profits

Travelers love to complain about how U.S. airlines spend major money upgrading premium classes while neglecting travelers who sit in regular coach seats. It’s not always accurate – most airlines have made improvements to coach in the past five years,.....
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Charleston International Airport Installs Indoor Active Shooter Detection System in Airport Terminal

Charleston International Airport Installs Indoor Active Shooter Detection System in Airport Terminal

Shooter Detection Systems (SDS), the leading gunshot detection solutions provider to the transportation industry, and the Charleston County Aviation Authority (CCAA), owner and operator of Charleston International Airport (CHS), announced the airport’s s...
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Oman Air launches WhatsApp service to guests

Oman Air launches WhatsApp service to guests

Oman Air has introduced a new WhatsApp service which enables its guests to communicate instantly with airline staff via the popular app. Clients who opt for this service can now receive their booking confirmations, check-in notifications, boarding passes, flig...
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New Biometric Scanning at Fort Lauderdale Airport Could Mean Shorter Lines at Security

New Biometric Scanning at Fort Lauderdale Airport Could Mean Shorter Lines at Security

Some passengers flying out of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport can now use biometric scanning to move through TSA security faster, the company CLEAR announced today. For $15 a month subscription, travelers can use special kiosks that scan fi...
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Using technology to cut disruption could double industry profit

Using technology to cut disruption could double industry profit

SITA CEO Barbara Dalibard believes technology can be used to dramatically cut disruption, which adds $25 billion a year to industry costs-a figure that is roughly equal to the industry’s annual profit margin. She said this could be achieved by...
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L3 Technologies Unveils Newly Expanded Multi-Purpose Pilot Training Center

L3 Technologies Unveils Newly Expanded Multi-Purpose Pilot Training Center

L3 Technologies recently celebrated the opening of its expanded L3 Arlington Training Center facility in Arlington, TX. The multi-purpose training center provides world-leading simulation and instruction for both military and commercial pilots, as well as stat...
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The Future Of Independent Engine Maintenance

The Future Of Independent Engine Maintenance

CFM-IATA agreement signed in July 2018 greeted with cautious optimism but many providers are unsure about its long-term aftermarket impact. The amount of the engine aftermarket available to independent MRO providers varies with engine type, age and OEM. Indepe...
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Airline Passengers Welcome More Digital Solutions to Common Travel Problems

Airline Passengers Welcome More Digital Solutions to Common Travel Problems

Flyers want convenience, and many are willing to trade their personal information for a more seamless air travel experience. Airlines and airports, though, still have a long way to go to provide a better experience for travelers. The recent International Air....
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Aeroflot confirms prestigious Skytrax 4-Star Airline rating

Aeroflot confirms prestigious Skytrax 4-Star Airline rating

Aeroflot has again been awarded a prestigious 4-Star Airline rating by Skytrax. The award is recognition of Aeroflot’s high level of customer service, in line with many of the world’s premium carriers and the vast majority of European carriers. The sta...
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