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Nashville | August 17, 2020
Last week, on August 12, Nashville International Airport became the first in Tennessee and thirty-fifth in the nation to debut ‘Clear’ biometric identity scanners, providing passengers with an expedited, touchless security screening option. The Clear kiosks utilize iris or fingerprint scans to verify users’ identities and flight information.
Instead of waiting in line to present an identification card and boarding documents, customers can go to a Clear kiosk, which sligh...
Travel Weekly | January 28, 2020
If successful, the partnership would take the two airlines beyond their relationship as members of the Oneworld alliance and allow the two airlines to potentially coordinate on more than 100 routes, with connections from the UK to France, Germany and Spain. According to a summary by the ACCC, British Airways and Qatar Airways are seeking to co-ordinate on schedule, capacity, revenue planning, joint pricing, sales and marketing activities, service parameters and standards, jointly procuring goods...
Sabre Corporation | August 06, 2020
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, today announced the extension of its global distribution agreement with United Airlines, reinforcing both companies' commitment to providing travel agents access to United Airlines content globally through the Sabre travel marketplace.
With travel restrictions beginning to lift, Sabre's technology will enable the airline to effectively market and sell i...
Artemis Aerospace Ltd | November 17, 2022
Recycling aircraft parts isn't a new concept in the aviation industry and, for many years, refurbishing parts to fit on other aircraft or repurposing them to produce different products, such as circuit boards, has been the industry standard. In fact, according to AFRA (Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association), it is estimated that around 80% to 85% of aircraft parts are recycled when an aircraft reaches retirement. However, new and alternative ideas for reusing aircraft parts are becoming more ...
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