Kansai Airports to trial intelligent check-in kiosk

Kansai Airports to trial intelligent check-in kiosk

  Kansai Airports is planning to trial SITA’s “KATE” – an intelligent check-in kiosk that can autonomously move to busy areas in the airport as needed. The trial will run from 5 to 28 February and two kiosks will be...
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Drones Conduct Efficient Aircraft Inspection

Drones Conduct Efficient Aircraft Inspection

As the rapid growth of drone use continues, the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) has been working on the regulation of the safe integration of drones into the global airspace. If regulated and operated correctly and safely, unmanned vehicl...
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How Airlines Are Using Big Data

How Airlines Are Using Big Data

Big Data technology is reshaping all industries. Leveraging Big Data insights bring the companies a great competitive advantage. As one of the biggest industries that have access to various kinds of data from multiple sources, how are airlines benefiting from....
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Lufthansa launches automatic check-in for all flights in Europe

Lufthansa launches automatic check-in for all flights in Europe

Lufthansa passengers will now benefit from an automatic check-in procedure for all flights within Germany and to destinations in Europe. In order to use this new service, Lufthansa customers must enter their personal details in their Miles & More account.....
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Airbus launches iflyA380 augmented reality iOS app taking passengers’ experience to a new level

Airbus launches iflyA380 augmented reality iOS app taking passengers’ experience to a new level

Airbus has launched a new iflyA380 iOS app that takes advantage of Apple’s latest technology to open the doors of its iconic A380 aircraft. The iflyA380 app is a new step for Airbus towards offering digital services that directly benefit...
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4 ways big data helps airline operations run smoothly

4 ways big data helps airline operations run smoothly

Even if your flight takes off on time, you wait anxiously at the baggage carousel, crossing you fingers that your bag has arrived. With technology upgrades and big data. Here are four ways airlines are using data to assist with...
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Birmingham Airport Invests in Passenger Experience

Birmingham Airport Invests in Passenger Experience

Birmingham Airport has started a multi-million-pound programme of development works to improve the passenger journey through the airport terminal. The works include redeveloping the security processing area to provide more boarding card gates, a dedicated secu...
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United Will Begin Giving Passengers Details About Why Their Flights Are Delayed

United Will Begin Giving Passengers Details About Why Their Flights Are Delayed

It’s a program called, “Every Flight Has a Story,” designed to help the airline better communicate with passengers about delays. Between Monday and Feb. 16, customers delayed at least an hour in Phoenix and Houston will receive unusually detailed infor...
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Airlines mining consumer data to target potential passengers

Airlines mining consumer data to target potential passengers

In an effort to improve passenger experience on flights, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines are mining your data to figure out consumer preferences, behaviors and potentially predict services those passengers would enjoy. Airlines are also pulling consumer details fr...
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10 technology trends for airlines and airports in 2018

10 technology trends for airlines and airports in 2018

Biometrics The potential of biometrics in the air transport sector has been clear for some time but now that it is gaining traction across the industry, the technology could start to have a truly transformative impact. The trend towards biometric-enabled...
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