Homeland Security, DoD, Transportation Officials Focus on Aviation Cyber Security

Homeland Security, DoD, Transportation Officials Focus on Aviation Cyber Security

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Pentagon, and the Department of Transportation (DOT) have been working since May to implement the cyber security goals of the National Strategy for Aviation Security, released earlier this year, and to coordinate cyber security...
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Vietnam Airlines introduces A350 inflight Wi-Fi

Vietnam Airlines introduces A350 inflight Wi-Fi

Vietnam Airlines plans to debut its first inflight Wi-Fi internet connectivity on selected international and domestic flights this week. The Vietnam flag carrier said the service will also be the first such offering in Vietnam, and will be available on some ...
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Continued Prioritization of Aviation Essential to Supporting Jobs and GDP Growth in UAE

Continued Prioritization of Aviation Essential to Supporting Jobs and GDP Growth in UAE

  Air transport’s contribution to the UAE economy is already significant. If the government continues to pursue a positive agenda for aviation, the UAE’s aviation market will grow 170% by 2037, support 1.4 million jobs and contribute USD128 bi...
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Putting the passenger first with new technologies at Indonesian airports

Putting the passenger first with new technologies at Indonesian airports

Gidionton Siagian from Angkasa Pura I Airports explained why the future of airports will be based on passenger experience, automation and biometrics; an insight into the technology trends in Indonesia The Airport IT and Security conference 2019 (AITS) attracte...
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How Airlines Can Optimize Revenue and Deliver Personalization With Dynamic Offers

How Airlines Can Optimize Revenue and Deliver Personalization With Dynamic Offers

Airlines must move beyond static offers to dynamic, personalized offers that not only take into account what a customer wants, but also what a customer might be willing to pay for it. According to Skift and Sabre, “airlines and travel...
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Qantas plans for first Project Sunrise test flight

Qantas plans for first Project Sunrise test flight

Qantas has revealed new details of research plans for its Project Sunrise ultra-long-haul commercial services initiative from Australia that includes a series of supporting test flights, the first of which is scheduled for later this month. The first flight, s...
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Big data method more accurately predicts air traveler choices

Big data method more accurately predicts air traveler choices

Dr. Ahmed Abdelghany developed a new way to calibrate computer models that predict travelers’ choices, while considering capacity-constrained demand – an innovation that overcomes the limitations of current practice. His new methodology could help airlines...
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Fieldforce Inc. Deploys its Network Platform Supporting SmartSky’s Air-to-Ground Network

Fieldforce Inc. Deploys its Network Platform Supporting SmartSky’s Air-to-Ground Network

Fieldforce Inc. has deployed the Fieldforce platform to streamline the rollout of next generation airborne communications provider SmartSky Networks’ air-to-ground platform. The Fieldforce platform has been customized to map to SmartSky’s existing processe...
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Honeywell Refines Service Strategy With Forge

Honeywell Refines Service Strategy With Forge

Honeywell is aiming to transform from an aerospace manufacturer into a service provider, offering its data analytics capabilities to the aviation industry and beyond. The U.S. manufacturer is now actively marketing the Forge for Airline suite of software in th...
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US pilots positive on new MAX software

US pilots positive on new MAX software

US pilots who have tested the new Boeing 737 MAX flight-control software have given it positive reviews and some carriers are beginning to finalize step-by-step MAX return-to-service plans, suggesting that Boeing’s notional timeline of getting FAA appr...
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