What if we tell you that you could be sitting in a meeting at 5.20pm, reach for your phone as an alert pops up “You have a flight to New York JFK at 6.00pm. Traffic is light: leave now to arrive on time”, grab your suitcase and still make it in time for some duty-free shopping and a quick macchiato before catching your next flight?
The airline industry is feeling the pressure to prepare for climate change… It's going to be a long flight, folks!
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In the pursuit to reduce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, we developed efficient airplanes that use less fuel. Technology improved aerodynamics, enhanced engine performance and reduced planes’ weight. But we are still using the same fossil fuel we used since the inception of aviation. Can we change that?
The climate change is undeniable. Boeing as an industry leader in the aviation sector has to face and solve serious challenges. But how does Boeing deal with these challenges and which steps has Boeing taken to tackle the upcoming problems? The following article describes the various initiatives this aircraft manufacturer has taken so far and outlines possible further steps.
Launched 30 years ago, the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair disrupted the European airline industry and started the low-cost revolution in Europe. Ryanair is now Europe’s largest airline with more than 90 million passengers per year and shows record profits of […]
Despite what the name and marketing may suggest, Beacon is not an airline. Rather, it is a broker that aims to transform regional travel by offering subscribers unlimited access to mid-size executive private flight and it does it by arranging flights and related services on its members’ behalf.
Southwest Airlines powers its business model of customer service with operational excellence.
Omotenashi, a word famously used by Christel Takigawa during her final presentation for a bid for Tokyo Olympics 2020, means the hospitality in Japanese. All Nippon Airways has always emphasized the importance of the hospitality for its success.