Tag: aviation

Airlines Go High Tech: Personal Layouts of Air Travel in Asia

Reading Time: 3 minutes Almost every sector of global commerce is acquiring a more personalized focus and aviation industry is no exception. Gaining data about existing customer preferences to offer more tailor-made options is one of the top items on commercial aviation agenda now. Here, Asian aviation market is actively exploring the opportunities offered by personalization. Individually recommended services, […]

Artificial Intelligence Putting Roots in Aviation

Reading Time: 3 minutes The aviation industry is constantly striving to improve the way it works. To this end, it has begun using artificial intelligence (AI). Though the aviation industry is still in the early stage of AI adoption, some progress has already been made, as some leading carriers, training centers and aircraft manufacturers have started to invest in […]

Pilot Shortage: While Ones Suffer Loses, Others Derive Benefits

Reading Time: 4 minutes Global aviation is booming, the demand for pilots is skyrocketing and a global shortage for pilots is looming. However, pilot shortage varies among different regions and this is not only because of the growing numbers of passengers and airlines’ fleet. Working and living conditions also play a very important role in different regions and their […]

India’s New Airport with Spectacular Himalayan Views Ready to Open

Reading Time: 3 minutes Often airports are built aside of the crowded places, in the remote areas, where the airport itself is the only attraction. But sometimes, as India’s Pakyong airport, it is an absolutely breathtaking piece of engineering on the roof of the world. Located in the remote Himalayan state of Sikkim, this airport is the place where you can […]

Central America to Derive More Benefits from Aviation Connectivity?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments across Central America to work with industry to maximize the benefits that aviation can bring to the region. “Aviation supports over 859,000 jobs and makes a $17.9 billion contribution in gross value added to the combined GDP of the seven Central American countries,” said Peter Cerda, IATA’s […]

World’s Busiest Air Route Revealed. Can You Guess?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Although the US is the present hub of global aviation, it is the Asia-Pacific region which wins in terms of the most in-demand routes globally.  A new study published by Routesonline not only revealed the busiest passenger air routes, but also confirmed all the forecasts regarding the future of aviation. The Asia-Pacific region is still […]

Premiering a Future Blueprint for Our Sky

Reading Time: 2 minutes The digital age of aviation will revolutionise flight. With its Blueprint for the Sky, Airbus outlines a roadmap for the integration of autonomous aircraft and welcome a new era of aviation – safely, efficiently and fairly. Our skies are busier than ever. And with commercial air traffic set to double in the next 15 years, […]

Indian Aviation Prepares for a Trebling of Passengers

Reading Time: 3 minutes The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the government of India to maximize the potential contribution of aviation to India’s development by addressing infrastructure constraints that limit growth and government policies that impose excessive costs on aviation. Growth forecasts for India indicate a trebling of passenger demand by 2037 when some 500 million people […]

China Encourages Private Investment into Aviation Projects Worth $16B

Reading Time: 1 minute China would encourage private investment in 28 airport, drone and maintenance projects worth a total of US$16 billion, as part of its efforts to make the sector more globally competitive, the Civil Aviation Administration on China said in a joint statement with the National Development and Reform Commission, Reuters report. Eleven of those projects already […]

UAE Is Investing $23.16BN in Airports Infrastructure

Reading Time: 1 minute The UAE is investing more than $23.16 billion in the aviation infrastructure that will help its four national carriers with a combined fleet size of 502 aircraft to serve more than 75 million passengers annually. Total capacity is expected to rise to more than 300 million passengers per year, cementing the UAE’s standing as the […]