SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR AIRLINES

| March 30, 2019

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Today's airlines are operating in the most competitive and cost-conscious environment ever. With SITAs smart technology airlines can improve efficiency, increase revenues and make passengers happy throughout their journey. Most travelers start the journey online. 95% of passengers use websites for some part of the travel arrangements.' 3 million+ 161.16 100+. To speed up check-in, the industry is adopting self -service. 87% of airlines plan to use self-service technologies to Improve passenger services by 2017.

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Aeroscraft Corporation

Worldwide Aeros is one of only two FAA certified airship companies in the United States and is a leading manufacturer of airships and aerostats. Aeros products and tailored services include cargo airships, other airships, aerostats, and portable towers, as well as related research and development and rapid prototyping.

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Article | February 28, 2020

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Aeroscraft Corporation

Worldwide Aeros is one of only two FAA certified airship companies in the United States and is a leading manufacturer of airships and aerostats. Aeros products and tailored services include cargo airships, other airships, aerostats, and portable towers, as well as related research and development and rapid prototyping.

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