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Following the 'One Too Many' campaign, individual airports reported a reduction in number of disruptive passenger incidents despite growth in passenger numbers.
Manchester Airport has had its 5G capabilities switched on by Vodafone, with other travel locations set to follow suit in the coming weeks.
From the depths of the Red Sea to city travelogues, passengers can now experience a new type of in-flight entertainment with the help of virtual reality.
Technology has always been at the forefront of progression in the aviation industry, but what can we look forward to in 2019? Here are 10 of the technologies set to make a big impact...
Adding San Francisco as its eighth non-stop destination to its North American portfolio, TAP Air Portugal will begin servicing the route between San Francisco and Portugal in June 2019.
Mahata Aero Teknologi (MAT), an Indonesian wireless technology provider, has announced an agreement to provide Indonesian national airline Garuda with high-speed in-flight broadband.
As a Dutch person living and working in the United States, I fly home to visit family and friends a few times a year. One thing that sometimes strikes me on my trans-Atlantic flights is that even with a mix of American and Dutch passengers onboard, English-speaking flight attendants often…
Scotland's main airport has launched a public consultation to gauge what local communities think of a proposed flight path in its Airspace Change Programme (ACP) application.
The new Irish Aviation Authority ATC tower at Dublin Airport will facilitate parallel runway operations by 2021. Excluding a number of radio masts and chimneys, the new tower will be one of the tallest structures in Ireland.
BULATSA and IATA have said they will strengthen their existing cooperation through a new initiative, aimed at delivering benefits to the travelling public while supporting national economic growth and the competitiveness of the Bulgarian aviation sector.
The CEO of Australia's Government-owned air navigation service provider, Airservices Australia, has hailed a contract which will blend civil and military air traffic control systems as "probably the biggest development in the safe management of Australia’s skies since aviation began" in Australia.
A successful virtual remote tower trial at a small airport in Germany has opened the door to live operations by the end of 2018 after the German Federal Supervisory Authority for Air Navigation Services (BAF) has given its approval.
A British air traffic control provider will develop a smart digital tower prototype at Singapore’s Changi Airport, the biggest so far trialled.
Since a foiled plot in July, the Australian Government has been ramping up airport security with various measures. The latest tackle insider threats.