Airbus’ A350 XWB offers “Xtra” innovation

September 14, 2016

The many innovations onboard the next-generation A350 XWB aircraft are designed to increase the efficiency of the airlines operating it. These include the jetliner’s advanced aerodynamics and airframe – which is comprised of 53 per cent composite materials – along with a state-of-the-art a flight deck, the latest cabin features and more.

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Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services

As a certified FAA 145 Repair Station, they truly offer total-solution maintenance through five product lines. The four hangar repair facility, offers 315,000 sq. ft. strategically located at the Wilmington Air Park (ILN). The fully equipped facility houses a team of professionals that are focused to deliver the highest quality workmanship on time and within budget. They have a belief in taking care of relationships and reputation based on integrity and compliance.

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Top 30 Busiest Airports In The World By Passenger Traffic

Infographic | January 23, 2020

A look at some of the facts and statistics around aviation industry including a look at the busiest airports in the world.

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The Benefits of Tracking Aviation Assets Within Airports

Infographic | January 21, 2020

The importance of tracking aviation assets can play a key role in effective airport asset management. And, with the use of real-time tracking technologies, such as Real-time Location System (RTLS), these huge organisations have the ability to locate and track all critical assets that keep airport operations running smoothly.

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LUMADA VIDEO INSIGHTS FOR SMARTER AIRPORT AND PORT OPERATIONS

Infographic | November 27, 2019

Look through this infographic to learn how video intelligence and analytics, part of Hitachi Smart Spaces solutions, can help airports and ports become safer, more secure, and provide improved customer experience.

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Using technology to deliver the ultimate airport experience

Infographic | November 26, 2019

Moving passengers through airports as quickly and smoothly as possible is a priority for airlines; helping not only to reduce costs and enhance efficiency levels, but also to deliver the optimum customer experience to every traveller. Over recent years, technology has played an increasingly important role in helping airlines and airports achieve a connected, seamless and empowering service that keeps passengers moving at every stage of the journey through the airport. We recently attended the IATA Aviation Data Symposium where IATA shared some fascinating facts and figures from its latest research, highlighting the extent to which modern passengers now demand the latest technology is utilised to aid their experience from arrival at the terminal to take-off. Enjoy the highlights in our brand new infographic, Using Technology to Deliver the Ultimate Airport Experience:

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6 Reasons why charters should add Wi-Fi

Infographic | November 21, 2019

Discover the compelling truths driving demand for inflight Wi-Fi on chartered aircraft

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Is inflight Wi-Fi worth it?

Infographic | November 19, 2019

Inflight internet is shifting from an amenity to a must-have for business travelers and pilots alike. Staying connected in the air means a more productive passenger experience, enhanced cockpit capabilities, and reinforced safety – all of which make Wi-Fi enabled planes more valuable to prospective customers and buyers. But, between the up-front costs of installation and ongoing service fees, connectivity represents a significant investment for any aircraft operator or aviation organization. Ultimately, it comes down to a question of ROI. To get to the bottom of the “Is Wi-Fi worth it” question, we interviewed key stakeholders and aviation professionals and visualized the results in this infographic: which shows the cost-benefit from different angles, including aircraft size, flight duration, pilot and passenger needs, network capabilities, and organizational goals.

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Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services

As a certified FAA 145 Repair Station, they truly offer total-solution maintenance through five product lines. The four hangar repair facility, offers 315,000 sq. ft. strategically located at the Wilmington Air Park (ILN). The fully equipped facility houses a team of professionals that are focused to deliver the highest quality workmanship on time and within budget. They have a belief in taking care of relationships and reputation based on integrity and compliance.

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