There’s massive growing demand for air travel, yet airports are at capacity. In this article, we look at 5 innovative ways the industry can adapt to this demand without opting for expensive airport expansion
What are the challenges on the horizon for the aviation industry? In this insightful interview, Bertrand Kientz CEO of Conztanz and airline expert explains how the industry needs to use data to solve its problems.
Passenger profiling helps your airline understand its customers and how they behave. But without a dedicated solution, the way data is currently managed makes it almost impossible to really know who they are. Learn about the solution
Learn about the practicalities of implementing your airline NDC strategy. Read 4 key insights from industry experts on the NDC panel discussion at IATA’s Rome retail symposium.
A Travel Data Agility Platform helps your airline manage and use the data you hold SO MUCH better. Learn what a Travel Data Agility Platform is and how it can benefit your airline. Plus FREE booklet
Airlines are under pressure to implement technology that exploits data to improve passenger service and stave off competitive threats. But the characteristics of airline data, make that a difficult proposition. Travel Data Agility Platforms help solve the problem.
The EU’s new ETIAS and EES legislation will introduce a range of technological challenges for airlines and border control authorities. Find out how your organization can meet the requirements.
The new PNR directive requires airlines to share passenger data with EU states’ passenger information units (PIU). This is a serious technical challenge. Find out how to comply fast.
New advanced business analytics are helping airlines stand out from the competition. Learn about the benefits of advanced business analytics for airlines and how to make it work for you.
Conztanz and Luxembourg this month launched the operational release of a new Eurocontrol crosscheck feature inits API-PNR Gateway technology which will help in the fight against crime and terrorism.