Triggering Change: Factors driving air travel in 2022

OAG

Air travel
Becca Rowland, Partner, Midas Aviation, John Grant, Chief Analyst at OAG, are joined by our guest panelists, Matthew Findlay from Ailevon Pacific Aviation Consulting and Mikko Turtianinen from Finnair as they deep dive into the latest OAG facts, stats and analysis.
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Tests Navy and Marine Corps combat aircraft—AH-1/Z (Attack Helicopter), UH-1N/Y (Venom Helicopter), EA-6B (Northrop Grumman Prowler), AV-8B (McDonnell Douglas Harrier II), F/A-18A-F (McDonnell Douglas Hornet), All H60’s (Sikorsky Black Hawk Helicopters), and C-130J (Lockheed Martin Super Hercules) • Pre-Planned Product Improvement for Joint Strike Fighter F-35B/C (Lockheed Martin Lightning II) Joint Miniature Munitions Bomb Rack The requirements for MIL grade aircraft munitions and armaments test systems are most demanding.

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AI: No longer just a buzzword for airline growth

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Science and innovation are the foundation to many airline mission critical systems, including revenue management.Airlines have been discussing artificial intelligence for several decades, but only recently are many of them implementing the real-life applications for AI to drive value to their business.
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When evaluating and determining the overall airport performance, it is particularly crucial to have a balanced view of the passenger terminal system from the perspective of different airport stakeholders and users. Therefore, IATA and ACI have joined forces to provide an objective and unbiased analysis of the provided Level of Service (LoS) at terminal facilities. The new guidelines were published in the latest update of IATA’s Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM). This neutral assessment determines the best possible solutions to optimise the LoS and available terminal capacity for the whole airport community.When evaluating and determining the overall airport performance, it is particularly crucial to have a balanced view of the passenger terminal system from the perspective of different airport stakeholders and users. Therefore, IATA and ACI have joined forces to provide an objective and unbiased analysis of the provided Level of Service (LoS) at terminal facilities. The new guidelines were published in the latest update of IATA’s Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM). This neutral assessment determines the best possible solutions to optimise the LoS and available terminal capacity for the whole airport community.
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Tests Navy and Marine Corps combat aircraft—AH-1/Z (Attack Helicopter), UH-1N/Y (Venom Helicopter), EA-6B (Northrop Grumman Prowler), AV-8B (McDonnell Douglas Harrier II), F/A-18A-F (McDonnell Douglas Hornet), All H60’s (Sikorsky Black Hawk Helicopters), and C-130J (Lockheed Martin Super Hercules) • Pre-Planned Product Improvement for Joint Strike Fighter F-35B/C (Lockheed Martin Lightning II) Joint Miniature Munitions Bomb Rack The requirements for MIL grade aircraft munitions and armaments test systems are most demanding.

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