Boeing Plans Next Steps For Ultra-Efficient Airliner Concept

Boeing Plans Next Steps For Ultra-Efficient Airliner Concept

Boeing will study the certification challenges of its Transonic Truss-Braced Wing (TTBW) ultra-efficient airliner concept as part of a new phase of work following wind tunnel tests that prove the basic viability of the 737-class aircraft design for typical airliner...
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Modeling and solving a bi-objective airport slot scheduling problem

Modeling and solving a bi-objective airport slot scheduling problem

The strategic airport slot allocation problem concerns the scheduling of airlines’ requests for landings and take-offs at congested airports for a series of days within a given scheduling season. Relevant scheduling models dealing with the strategic airport ...
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Parallel Reality experience to be trialled at Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Parallel Reality experience to be trialled at Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Delta Air Lines will launch Parallel Reality at Detroit Airport, allowing multiple travellers to see personalised content on a single digital screen. The new technology allows multiple travellers to see personalised content tailored to their unique journey on ...
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Meet the robots that may be coming to an airport near you

Meet the robots that may be coming to an airport near you

Robots are staffing airports around the world and performing such tasks as check-in, security and concierge services. The carrier is trying out a pair of autonomous robots that can guide passengers around Terminal 5. It’s one of the latest examples...
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Hyundai, Uber Partner On Air Taxis

Hyundai and Uber announced a partnership aimed at developing air taxis for a “future aerial ride share network” at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Monday. “Hyundai is our first vehicle partner with experience of manufacturing...
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Los Angeles Airport to test wireless emergency alerts system

Los Angeles Airport to test wireless emergency alerts system

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the US is planning to test its wireless emergency alerts (WEA) system on 15 January. The WEA system sends emergency text messages and an alert tone to all compatible mobile devices located in a...
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British Airways to trial AI Robots at Heathrow’s terminal 5

British Airways to trial AI Robots at Heathrow’s terminal 5

The robot can also interact with travelers in multiple different languages. British Airways just announced that it plans to test AI-powered robots at London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5. If successful, British Airways may use AI-powered robots at many oth...
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Bell AerOS Shows How Urban Air Mobility Flies

Bell AerOS Shows How Urban Air Mobility Flies

At this year’s CES show in Las Vegas, which opens tomorrow, Bell will demonstrate a model-sized cityscape with scale flying versions of its Nexus passenger air taxi operating autonomously by Bell’s AerOS urban air mobility operating system. The Nexus is d...
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Emerging Airline Trends of 2019: Tech Takes to the Skies

Emerging Airline Trends of 2019: Tech Takes to the Skies

  Core offerings and operational improvements are the forces behind airline trends this year More than ever before, airlines have doubled down on their commitment to deliver amazing in-flight experiences and capture customer loyalty.  Almost all operators r...
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Should We Worry About The Rise Of Biometric Boarding?

Should We Worry About The Rise Of Biometric Boarding?

The airport experience has become increasingly hectic and stressful over the past years. Lengthy security queues, liquid screening and body scans all add to the frustration. Travelers are also increasingly seeing biometric or facial data capture at both immigr...
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