Over 7 billion people travelled around the world annually. Many of them wondered why airport codes are three letters long and were they created. This post uncovers the mystery of airport codes and showcases how they can be used in unique way in retail and marketing.
KLM announced an enhancement to its Android and iOS applications which provide users assistance in wayfinding around its hub at the busy Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). The Dutch airline is one of the early adapters of the beacon technology. This post will discuss what beacon technology is and how airlines and airports can enhance passenger experience with […]
New York (This post was originally published on January 21, 2015 and updated on January 24 and July 28, 2015.) New York LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) is one of three serving the Greater New York area. The other two are Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and New York JFK International Airport (JFK). In 2013, these three […]
Passenger Terminal Expo “With over 4,500 attendees, 1,350 conference participants and more than 180 international exhibitors, Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 is breaking new records and breaking new ground,” said Tony Robinson, CEO of UKIP Media and Events, organizers of the event. In our first post (refer to link), we focused on some of the new technology […]
Passenger Terminal Expo The 2015 edition of the Passenger Terminal Expo is currently below held in Paris, France. The expo focuses on areas like passenger experience, security, technology and airport planning with best of airport, airlines and vendors represented. Experience The Skies is here for next two days in search of the innovation trends that […]
Virgin America In part 2 of the series, we examined the strengths and weaknesses of the Virgin America’s pre-flight experience. We will continue the series by looking into the At the Airport experience for the airline.
Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of the new Beijing airport and Paris airport strike alert.
Tokyo Haneda International Airport (Initially posted on January 16, 2015 with updates on February 10, 2015). Following the end of the series on the Tokyo Haneda’s coveted slots (refer to link for the first part of the series). After reviewing all the information presented by American Airlines (AA), Delta Air Lines (DL) and Hawaiian Airlines (HA), […]
Tokyo Haneda International Airport We have been covering the battle for Tokyo Haneda’s coveted flight slots over the past three blog entries (Follow the links for part 1, part 2, and part 3). In this last entry, we will examine what is the current state of affairs on the Tokyo Haneda International Airport slots. All the […]
Tokyo Haneda International Airport Yesterday, we started a new series entitled “Battle for Tokyo Haneda Coveted Slots” (Follow link for Part 1 of the series). As part of the bilateral agreement between US and Japan in 2010, the US Department of Transportation (DOT) was awarded 4 pairs of slots to US based airlines to operate into Tokyo […]