November 2017 Best Links from the Web

By Hélène Dubos | From the Web

Dec 18

Here’s your round-up of the most important news and views in the commercial aviation space in November 2018. We’ve scoured the web to bring you the information you need to keep on top of the latest developments in the sector. Enjoy!


The drivers behind airline digital transformation

 The drivers behind airline digital transformation

In order to get to grips with what travellers value, a report by Amadeus, 'Embracing Airline Digital Transformation: a spotlight on what traveler's value'. Source

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Blockchain can rebalance the value chain to benefit airlines and passengers

Blockchain can rebalance the value chain to benefit airlines and passengers

Aleks Popovich, IATA Senior Vice President, Financial and Distribution Services, explores the potential benefits for the airline industry if blockchain was implemented. Source

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6 areas that can propel digital transformation

6 areas that can propel digital transformation

Digital transformation can eradicate a passenger’s pain points and make every offer or interaction meaningful, but the whole effort can go awry, too, without an earnest manner, explains Blair Koch. Source

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Can airlines and airports use 'smart contracts' for shared control of data?

Can airlines and airports use ‘smart contracts’ for shared control of data?

The air transport industry is highly-connected and there is a need for ‘single source of truth’ for various data used by different stakeholders. Control of shared data is a key concern for all.. Source

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2036 Forecast Reveals Air Passengers Will Nearly Double to 7.8 Billion

2036 Forecast Reveals Air Passengers Will Nearly Double to 7.8 Billion

he International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, a near doubling of the 4 billion air travelers expected to fly this year. SOURCE

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Bleisure travel trend goes north for US business travelers

Bleisure travel trend goes north for US business travelers

Business travel in the US is taking to the bleisure trend with travelers increasingly attracted to adding a few days of leisure to their business trip. Source

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