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  • Oct 17, 2013

    Do Passengers Really Want To Go Mobile?

    Okay, okay. We get it. Mobile in travel is big. Consumers spend more and more time on tablets and smartphones, and travel companies need to do a better job of reaching consumers on mobile devices....More
  • Jun 4, 2013

    From Check-in to Checkout: The New Shopping Trip

    Chances are, if you’ve traveled recently you may have mistaken the airport for a shopping mall.  Challenged with driving non-aviation revenue, many airports are becoming a destination unto themselves, providing access to a wide variety of retail options.  Similarly, airlines continue to unbundle their fees in an effort to drive new revenue streams....More
  • May 28, 2013

    Air Transport Industry Insight: Trends in Baggage Handling

    Learn how the industry has demonstrated the improvement in baggage handling efficiency until 2012 and understand the next steps for further innovation with:...More
  • Feb 13, 2013

    Open Source Software Grows Up

    Open source software is becoming mainstream IT.  But do you really know what the term means in practice and why it is important for all companies, including those in commercial aviation? The shift to open source software is one of the most important current trends in technology, yet it is surprisingly little discussed compared with other developments – including those which, ironically, have only been made possible by the adoption of open systems....More
  • Jan 23, 2013

    An Exclusive ATW Webinar: ATW 2013 Airline Industry Forecast Webinar

    What will the year 2013 bring for us in the commercial aviation industry? The experienced ATW editorial team will discuss 2012 results and expectations for 2013 based on briefs from industry analysts, forecasters, manufacturers and organizations such as IATA. Presentations will also cover important topics such as the future of oil prices, traffic growth hotspots, ticket pricing, aircraft sales, ancillary revenue trends, and regulatory and the environment expectations. Regional outlooks will also be addressed...More
  • Oct 10, 2012

    The 2012 Passenger Self-Service Survey

    The air transport industry has changed dramatically since ATW and SITA launched the first Passenger Self-Service Survey seven years ago. At that time e-commerce, online check-in and self-service kiosks were just starting to transform the travel experience. Today, they are the norm. Now we are at the beginning of a new wave of trends that are set to revolutionize passenger interaction from booking to boarding and beyond. In particular, the accelerating trend in the adoption of mobile apps and social media offers many opportunities for change....More
  • Sep 12, 2012

    INTRODUCING – The Most Comprehensive Airport Data Service on the Market publishes technical, ground services and full contact information for almost 6,000 airports worldwide and provides aviation professionals with a set of practical tools to help navigate through the information quickly. Subscribers find the service leads to efficiencies in flight operations as well as providing all the information they need for new route planning, ground handling contracts and fuel purchasing. Features include:...More
  • Jul 25, 2012

    Transforming Airline MRO through Integrated Maintenance Planning and Execution

    MRO operations in airlines and related transportation industries have never been more complex, more regulated, and under more cost pressures.  Airlines continue to strive for optimized MRO processes as they modify and modernize aging fleets, take ownership of complex new aircraft such as the A380s and B787s, and provide third-party MRO services.  Airlines can improve aircraft availability and resource utilization while lowering parts inventories by transforming and  integratingtheir maintenance planning processes with execution. ...More
  • Mar 13, 2012

    Ancillary Revenue: The 100 Billion Dollar Question

    According to Ideaworks, airline ancillary revenue soared to $32.5 billion worldwide in 2011. The airlines have been profiting from the ancillary services and distributing the services exclusively through their channels to increase the distribution channels many GDS's and other service providers have been developing the technology for the services to be sold as a’la carte. Join our webinar to learn how OTA’s and TMC’s can explore opportunities to build ancillary revenue....More
  • Mar 7, 2011

    The downturn and premium travel

    June 30, 2009 ATW's Perry Flint talks about the current downturn and provides some intriguing insight. Has air travel changed forever? Has the premium travel sector shrunk forever? Has it gone the way of the three martini lunch and the personal assistant? We might be in the midst of a fundamental shift in air travel and the implications for the industry are far reaching....More
  • May 1, 2010

    The Rise of US Airways

    This airline has been in the news lately - apparently spurned by United (again). One might think this airline is not an attractive partner......More
  • Apr 16, 2010

    Unconventional thinking on a US Airways/United Merger

    AirlineForecasts' Managing Partner Vaughn Cordle put out a thought piece today that demonstrates the power of unconventional thinking......More
  • Apr 1, 2010

    The Airline Petri Dish

    Perhaps not an especially delightful image, but every industry has one. A place where participants experiment. Where risky new ideas......More
  • Mar 10, 2010

    Aircraft Electrical Power Systems - Charged with Opportunities

    Balaji Srimoolanathan, Program Manager for Aerospace and Defense, Frost & Sullivan in India has produced a fascinating report on the "more electric airplane"....More
  • Mar 10, 2010

    Cash for Clunkers and other thoughts

    The latest fad that seems to be working is the "Cash for Clunkers" program to get people to replace older gas inefficient cars for newer more efficient ones. Perry Flint, Editorial Director at ATW, talks about how this program would be helpful to the travel industry....More
  • Mar 10, 2010

    Green Shoots? Maybe not.

    Perry Flint is Editorial Director at Air Transport World and joins us each month to discuss a topic facing commercial aviation....More
  • Mar 10, 2010

    The death of common sense?

    In our monthly conversation with ATW's Perry Flint we started off talking about the fact that it seems common sense is dead. Looking at the fact that the government feels the need to regulate what pilots carry on to the flight deck simply seems amazing....More
Blogs & Commentary
May 26, 2016

Consistent inconsistency

It seems the only thing consistent about flying is inconsistency. When you never know what to expect, it takes its toll on trust....More
May 25, 2016

Second leg: Air France delivers my bag but loses 13 passengers 5

Happy to report that I am in Barcelona and so is my bag. Two flights completed from Hamburg to Barcelona, via Paris Charles de Gaulle, in Air France Airbus A319s....More
ATW On-Location

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