While sustainability has become a major focus for airlines, the emphasis has largely been on areas such as fuel alternatives. In-flight services have not been that much of a focal point. That is now beginning to change. Not only are airlines recognizing the opportunities to develop more eco-friendly in-flight services, but they are also seeing the potential savings to be gained. Read here some of the initiatives that carriers are already taking.
Typically, airliners have to run their jet engines in order to move along the runway. This however increases fuel consumption and thus carbon emissions. With this in mind, airports have been accelerating measures to reshape their aircraft towing process. One of the initiatives gaining track is the inclusion of new technologies such as semi-robotic vehicles. Read in our blog post what advanced technologies is the industry using to facilitate a more sustainable aircraft towing:
Despite the great challenges linked to the recovery of the industry, stakeholders remain firm in their quest for more sustainable aviation. With ambitious decarbonization goals set for the next years, there is a great emphasis on harnessing technology to improve operations and infrastructure usage. What opportunities can artificial intelligence bring to promote greener practices?
When the pandemic halted travel worldwide, corporate travelers had to pivot quickly from in-person meetings and events to virtual ones. Now with vaccination rates increasing, the reactivation of business travel is slowly beginning to resume. In this article, INFORM´s Inside Sales Manager Mojca Ferlic shares her latest experience on a business trip to Denmark.
Since the pandemic hit traffic hard, airport management has become a more challenging task. Read here some of the areas that may require special attention.
Airports worldwide rely on on-time performance (OTP) to handle disruptions effectively, optimize their use of resources and increase passenger satisfaction. To stay competitive in a highly dynamic industry faced with new challenges due to the pandemic, it is crucial to keep looking for ways to improve OTP − but how? Our tips can help with boosting your operations plan.
In aviation on-time performance (OTP) refers to the level of success of the service remaining on the published schedule. Make sure that your success story is great - and on time!
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Line maintenance is an essential part of flight operations and its activities are prioritized above all others. Yet, this importance leads in many cases to inefficiencies tolerated in the name of safety-first, negatively impacting on-time performance.