Air France introduces new virtual reality technology for travel agencies to showcase its business class experience and partners with SkyLights to expand on board entertainment options (Related News). This post continues the discussion with competitive analysis of the virtual reality technology used in the airline industry and new use cases.
Qantas Airways and the University of Sydney are partnering up for an in-depth study on jet lag that may pave the way for changes in airline operations for future long haul flights.
British Airways’ IT system woes were fixed overnight and all major applications are fully operational as at May 28, 2017. The airline continues to work its way back to a normal operation at both Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport in London.
Delta Air Lines (DL) will be introducing four self-service bag drop machines at its Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) hub in Summer 2017 as part of an US$600,000 (May 15 Exchange Rate: ~£466,000, CDN$819,000, €547,000) investment on new seamless travel technology that will also include facial recognition for security and speed enhancements for customers.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) introduces a new concierge program for passengers looking for a premium experience at the airport.
Six months ago, airberlin embarked on a retrofit program to add their version of a “premium economy” seat called “XL” into its long haul flight of Airbus A330-200 aircrafts) (News – September 2, 2015).
In celebration of the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Singapore’s Changi Airport created a new exhibit that will enhance departure passengers to stay a little while longer.
Future Technology Imagine a world where you can order food directly from your seat and have it delivered to you directly. That is what Sell GmbH, a German division of Zodiac Aerospace, filed a patent for.
Best April Fool’s Day 2015 Smart marketing comes in all forms and sizes. The following is a list of the best marketing used by the aviation industry to celebrate today and build brand awareness.
FINNAIR Finland’s national carrier announced plans to invest €30 million (US$35 million) in equipping both its widebody and narrowbody fleet with Wi-Fi.