Air Service Strategies for Small, Medium, and Non-Hub Airports in Today’s Competitive Environment

trb

TRB conducted a webinar on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 from 2:00PM to 3:30PM ET on research conducted by TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) that discussed how changing airline industry conditions are affecting the air service at small and medium sized airports. This webinar provided 1.5 Continuing Education Units for Accredited Airport Executives. This webinar was approved by the American Institute of Certified Planners for 1.5 Certification Maintenance Credits.
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Spotlight

Enjoy spectacular scenes and close-ups of SWISS’s new flagship, the Triple Seven, flying over the majestic, snow-capped Swiss mountains. Filmed from an accompanying aircraft, specialised in air-to-air photo and film coverage.


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World’s First Jet-Powered, 3D Printed UAV top speed

STRATASYS EMEA

Aurora Flight Sciences, a Virginia-based manufacturer specializing in advanced UAV systems, is pushing the envelope of UAV design by teaming up with Stratasys to create the world’s first jet-powered, 3D printed aircraft.
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TIME FOR A TRAVEL POLICY TUNE UP

egencia

Once we cover these focus areas, we'll also share pointers to communicate travel policy changes to today's traveler. Attendees will walk away from this session with strategies to get their travel program running at peak performance.
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Introduction to SOLIDWORKS, EAA’s Newest Member Benefit

EAA

It is easier and cheaper than ever before to use computer 3-D design software. Cory Puuri, EAA membership development manager, and Jeff Setzer, GSC product manager, will provide an introduction to the EAA SOLIDWORKS 3-D design software program, a new member benefit. They will discuss training options, identify where to go with questions on using SOLIDWORKS, introduce the SOLIDWORKS manufacturing network, and walk you through basic functions in using SOLIDWORKS.
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5 Reasons It’s Time to Invest in Drones on the Farm

DroneDeploy

Growers have always had high expectations for drones. But the early drone days left a lot to be desired from hardware and software alike. Now it’s 2018, and the era of high price tags and low usability are over. Today’s drones and software—powered by cloud computing and advanced analytics—bring real value to the farm.Thousands of DroneDeploy customers now create ag-focused drone maps and models on a regular basis. In just under five years, drones have gone from a toy for hobbyists to an essential tool in any ag professional’s toolbox.
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