In a context where security, safety and an enjoyable passenger experience are critical, airports face great pressure to develop future-proof operations. With no certainty when business will get back to normal, measures aimed to cut airport costs take central stage. Read here what strategies can help to improve processes and achieve efficient spending.
While the carrier industry seeks to get more and more planes back to the skies, passenger traffic is likely to take longer to fully recover. To ensure the continuity of operations, the implementation of strategies to reduce airline costs becomes a priority. Read here, how spending could be better managed in Post-COVID times.
In a still pre-vaccine world, the end of the coronavirus national lockdowns brings a series of challenges for the aviation. As the demand for flights gradually ramps up, passengers will expect new measures to minimize crowding at airports. How can operators overcome the need for social distancing?
Aviation stakeholders around the world are exploring possible pathways to facilitate the resumption of international operations. As governments plan to gradually lift travel bans, the introduction of consistent biosecurity protocols at airports and on flights themselves becomes of utmost importance. How will this new normal be reflected across the passenger journey? Find it out here.
Carrying hope globally – in times of quarantine and social distancing is when people reflect on the importance of air cargo. Thanks to it, essential goods are delivered to places where the closure of processing plants has created shortages. However, regulatory requirements constrain their transportation. Find out here, how airfreight operations can flexibly respond to them.
On the front line – ground operators play a crucial role in supporting life-saving flights reach their destination. Just as it is important to ensure aircraft servicing on time, long-standing processes need to be reinvented to meet coronavirus conformity. Here, find out some recommendations for safety ground handling activities.
Safety starts on the ground – in times of coronavirus, the main priority of aviation stakeholders is the well-being of travelers, staff and the public. To reduce the chances for further spread of the virus, procedures should focus on airports key operational areas. Read here, what measures can be implemented for ground handling operations.
The current days are the most challenging ones for aviation. The coronavirus crisis includes by far not only health aspects, but also profound…
If you’ve entered an aircraft more than once or twice in your life, you will probably have experienced delays of different lengths. Well, it’s not that the flight crew or the loading crew are dragging their feet. See the real reasons, at least statistically – here are the Top-10.
Commercial Passenger Aviation is a complex matter. Successful ground operations require the coordination of a virtually endless number of processes. Further complicating the matter are disruptions which are part of the daily business. Unpredictable external changes and operational irregularities of¬ten need to be resolved within seconds.
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