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IATA Launches RampVR (TM) the First Virtual Reality Training Tool for Ground Operations
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the launch of RampVR, the industry’s first virtual reality (VR) training platform for ground operations, at the IATA Ground... more
Bombardier Challenger 350 Joins TAG Aviation Charter Fleet
Bombardier’s Challenger 350 aircraft is the best-selling business jet platform of the last decade The Challenger 350 business jet offers exceptional passenger comfort through its... more
Bombardier Launches Ka-Band High-Speed Internet on Challenger 650 Aircraft to Enhance Smooth Ride for Passengers
Bombardier becomes the first OEM to offer the revolutionary Ka-band system for business aircraft in the medium category The Challenger 650 jet is the most reliable business aircraft offering... more
Icelandair Becomes First Airline to Bring High-Speed Connectivity and Internet Streaming to Transatlantic Flights
Icelandair and ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT). today announced it will bring the fastest, most powerful in-flight connectivity and internet streaming service to passengers flying on Icelandair... more
Brussels Airlines makes considerable investment to renew its long-haul fleet
In the course of 2018/2019 Brussels Airlines will replace seven of its ten long-haul aircraft. With this important investment in its long-haul network, the Belgian airline remains loyal to the ... more
Emirates Adds Second Daily A380 to Birmingham
Emirates announced today that it will be introducing a second daily A380 service between Dubai and Birmingham, beginning 29th October 2017. Flight EK39/40, currently operated by a Boeing 777,... more
Spirit Airlines to Begin Flights from Baltimore/Washington and Chicago to Mexican Vacation Hotspot
Top-notch resorts, crystal blue waters and beautiful beaches are just a few of the things that put Cancun on the map as the ultimate getaway destination. Add ultra-low fares to the mix and there'... more
Frequent flyers earn miles/points as Finnair starts San Francisco-Helsinki service June 1
Alaska Airlines and Finnair are teaming up to give members of their frequent flyer programs the opportunity to earn miles/points on each other as Finnair expands its wings with new flights from... more
Unsold sandwiches, salads donated to Keep Austin Fed
The Food Rescue Program at Austin's airport donates unsold, packaged food to Keep Austin Fed, a nonprofit group that gathers wholesome and nutritious surplus food from commercial kitchens and... more
SITA's robotic kiosk to the rescue in busy check-in areas
Autonomous, mobile kiosks will move themselves to where they are needed in the airport  SITA Lab, which explores the future of technology in air travel, has unveiled KATE, an... more
Experts' Opinion
Shifting the Operational Mindset to Process Integration
Shifting the Operational Mindset to Process Integration     How Better Business Processes Improve Operational Performance and Disruption Management   Maximize the value of... more

Industry Trends
The Crude Catastrophe - Impact of crude prices on an airline’s profitability
  ‘The Crude Catastrophe’ is a research analysis by Analytics & Consulting (A&C) team of Accelya that provides an insight into the impact of crude price volatility and the strategies adopted by different airlines to gain a better position. The airline industry is operational on miniscule profits and even the slenderest change in its operational costs can affect its overall profitability. The highest share of its operating cost (ranging from 20 – 50%) is... more

Routes Europe 2017 Belfast, Northern Ireland
Source: Routes Around 1,200 route development professionals from 114 airlines, 270 airports and 36 tourism authorities attended Routes Europe at the Belfast Waterfront. A thriving tourism industry has developed in Northern Ireland thanks to its natural beauty and rich heritage. The number of visits to its attractions reached 17.5 million in 2015, driven by the popularity of sites such as the Giant’s Causeway and Titanic Belfast. The HBO TV series Game of Thrones which is partially... more

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Genève Aéroport Annual Press Conference - 4 April 2017

ICAO Monthly Monitor
ICAO April 2017 Air Transport Monthly Monitor
ICAO produces an Air Transport Monthly Monitor which provides a snapshot and analysis of key economic and aviation indicators. An overview of the performance of the air transport industry each month includes: Global passenger and freight traffic volumes over a one year horizon with year-on-year growth trend; Outlook of capacity changes in the following month; Top 15 performing airports and airlines each month with changes in rankings. Highlight of regional capacity offered by region.

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