The Future of Air Travel:Eight Disruptive Waves of Change

June 22, 2017

These eight waves of change should be on the agenda of every travel industry CEO. As new digital technologies continue to re-shape travel experiences and business models, travel industry leaders and policy makers need to assess how growth or even survival can be achieved. Their challenge is to harness opportunities to develop captivating, meaningfulexperiences that keep travelers loyal and safe. This white paper examines what the future will look like in 2025 and provides recommendations on how travel providers should prepare for and position their organization to ride each wave to success.

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Marana Aerospace Solutions, Inc.

Marana Aerospace Solutions is the largest commercial aircraft storage, maintenance, paint and teardown facility in the world with 20 million square feet of ramp and storage area that accommodates up to 400 aircraft. For three decades, this facility has been a FAA approved FAR Part 145 repair station with a FAA Class IV Airframe Rating (#ERKR675D).

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