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ON-DEMAND

Tackling disruptions and ensuring a smooth day of operations

ON-DEMAND | By Quintiq

Between delays, extreme weather conditions and complex labour union rules, ground operations are becoming more complex every day. Planners must manage information flow across different departments and avoid planning in silos. They must also ensure efficiency in resource utilisation without compromising employee satisfaction, even on the day of operations.

ON-DEMAND interactive decision making

NEXTT Emerging Themes: Interactive Decision Making

ON-DEMAND | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)

In the concluding part of the NEXTT Emerging Themes webinar series we considered what data is available and how it can be shared to benefit passengers, enable greater operational responsiveness and improve security.

ON-DEMAND NEXTT

NEXTT Emerging Themes: Advanced Processing

ON-DEMAND | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)

The second in the NEXTT Emerging Themes series explores the opportunities and challenges of automation of on-ground processes for air travel.

ON-DEMAND NEXTT

NEXTT Emerging Themes: Off-airport Activities

ON-DEMAND | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)

The first in the NEXTT Emerging Themes series focused on how innovation in processes can change the way we view travel - moving processes off-airport to free up space and increase convenience for both passengers and cargo shippers.

ON-DEMAND

Improving the Passenger Experience with Passenger Flow Management

ON-DEMAND | By Leidos

For many, the most stressful part of air travel is waiting at the airport. Crowded terminals, longer queues and wait times for check-in, security, customs, baggage claim, and even taxi queues quickly turn anxious travelers into frustrated passengers.

ON-DEMAND IATA Webinar

The future of airport retail

ON-DEMAND | By IATA Consulting

Last year, global non-aeronautical revenues for airports reached US$60bn; representing 40% of global airport revenues. Although these are significant amounts, the full non-aviation business potential is often not realised at airports.

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