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NQA currently owns and operates Cairns and Mackay Airports, which together welcome around five million passengers each year from domestic and international destinations. Our airports service a range of carriers from major international and domestic airlines right through to general aviation charter operators and support a range of aviation and non-aviation businesses.

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CAE AND VOLOCOPTER WILL COLLABORATE TO CREATE THE GOLBAL AIR TAXI PILOT WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE

CAE | July 09, 2021

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CAE, a global leader in aviation training, and Volocopter, a pioneer in urban air mobility (UAM), announced today the signing of a strategic partnership to develop, certify, and deploy an innovative pilot training program for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) operations, subject to final agreement. This eVTOL pilot training program, a first in the industry, will develop the pilot workforce of the future and ensure the safe introduction of eVTOL operations globally by leveraging CAE&#...

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JetBlue | June 17, 2020

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An internal JetBlue Airways memo obtained by Business Insider details a plan for the airline to begin laying off workers on Oct. 1, 2020, and outsourcing some positions at smaller airports. The Oct. 1 date is key, not only for JetBlue but all U.S. carriers – it’s the day when airlines become unshackled from the provisions of accepting government grants and loans as part of the CARES Act stimulus package. The government stipulated that airlines who accepted the money must keep staffin...

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ALASKA AIR CARGO SELECTS IBS SOFTWARE'S ICARGO FOR ITS AIR CARGO BUSINESS

IBS Software | March 10, 2022

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IBS Software, a worldwide leader of SaaS solutions to the travel industry, has signed a long-term agreement with Alaska Air Cargo to transform and modernize its air cargo IT ecosystem. IBS Software will implement its full suite cargo management solution across the air cargo business of Alaska Airlines. iCargo will digitally transform Alaska Air Cargo's sales & inventory, cargo terminal operations, air mail handling and revenue accounting, and mobile applications. Additiona...

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OPTIMIZATION OF AIR CARGO HANDLING PROCESSES THANKS TO AI AND TELEMATICS

INFORM Institut für Operations Research und Management GmbH | May 19, 2020

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Keeping track of unit load devices (ULDs), containers, and dollies has been a major challenge for ground handlers over the years. The difficulty that involves gathering real-time information on the status of such assets has led to several inefficiencies when trying to control them. The result: Excessive costs due to inadequate manpower and ground support equipment (GSE) allocation. To address this problematic, INFORM GmbH teamed up with Blumenbecker Technik GmbH. In a joint effort...

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AIR TRANSPORT

CAE AND VOLOCOPTER WILL COLLABORATE TO CREATE THE GOLBAL AIR TAXI PILOT WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE

CAE | July 09, 2021

CAE, a global leader in aviation training, and Volocopter, a pioneer in urban air mobility (UAM), announced today the signing of a strategic partnership to develop, certify, and deploy an innovative pilot training program for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) operations, subject to final agreement. This eVTOL pilot training program, a first in the industry, will develop the pilot workforce of the future and ensure the safe introduction of eVTOL operations globally by leveraging CAE&#...

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JETBLUE PLANNING LAYOFFS AND OUTSOURCING POSITIONS AT SMALLER AIRPORTS

JetBlue | June 17, 2020

An internal JetBlue Airways memo obtained by Business Insider details a plan for the airline to begin laying off workers on Oct. 1, 2020, and outsourcing some positions at smaller airports. The Oct. 1 date is key, not only for JetBlue but all U.S. carriers – it’s the day when airlines become unshackled from the provisions of accepting government grants and loans as part of the CARES Act stimulus package. The government stipulated that airlines who accepted the money must keep staffin...

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CARGO MANAGEMENT

ALASKA AIR CARGO SELECTS IBS SOFTWARE'S ICARGO FOR ITS AIR CARGO BUSINESS

IBS Software | March 10, 2022

IBS Software, a worldwide leader of SaaS solutions to the travel industry, has signed a long-term agreement with Alaska Air Cargo to transform and modernize its air cargo IT ecosystem. IBS Software will implement its full suite cargo management solution across the air cargo business of Alaska Airlines. iCargo will digitally transform Alaska Air Cargo's sales & inventory, cargo terminal operations, air mail handling and revenue accounting, and mobile applications. Additiona...

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OPTIMIZATION OF AIR CARGO HANDLING PROCESSES THANKS TO AI AND TELEMATICS

INFORM Institut für Operations Research und Management GmbH | May 19, 2020

Keeping track of unit load devices (ULDs), containers, and dollies has been a major challenge for ground handlers over the years. The difficulty that involves gathering real-time information on the status of such assets has led to several inefficiencies when trying to control them. The result: Excessive costs due to inadequate manpower and ground support equipment (GSE) allocation. To address this problematic, INFORM GmbH teamed up with Blumenbecker Technik GmbH. In a joint effort...

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