Here’s your round-up of the most important news and views in the aviation space in April 2018. We’ve scoured the web to bring you the information you need to keep on top of the latest developments in the sector.
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IATA’s nascent One Order could simplify the PNR
Could passenger name records (PNR) finally be simplified? That’s the hope of the IATA’s aptly-named One Order platform, which is currently in testing. The initiative aims to simplify the PNR and other passenger information and purchases into a single code accessible by all agents and airlines.
NDC tipping point? Seeking speed – Part One of Two
The potential of New Distribution Capability (NDC) is enormous, yet many airline execs are struggling with implementation.
The following two-part article takes a look at where we are today with NDC and what is needed to reach the NDC tipping point.
NDC tipping point? – Seeking simplicity – Part Two of Two
Technology and the future of air transportation
The tremendous growth in air travel over the coming decades will put enormous strain on existing infrastructure. The solution? Digital transformation. Read this article to learn how technology is being used to improve processes and ease the pressure.
Aviation’s big data challenge – an interview with Huawei’s Frédéric Comtet
Airports are collecting ever more data about their passengers in the rush to offer more personalized experiences, while improving safety too. But that data needs to be stored and managed somewhere, and today’s infrastructure simply can’t cope. In this interview, Huawei’s Frédéric Comtet explains how the telecoms firm is helping airports manage data better.