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Anne Paylor

Anne
Paylor
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Helsinki Airport and SITA Lab explore the emerging world of mixed reality.
SITA showcases multi-merchant payment platform, mixed reality 
Global air transport IT specialist SITA has launched a secure payment solution using common-use platforms that will enable airlines and airports to maximize ancillary sales at every part of the airport journey.
Singapore Airlines adapts to stay competitive 
SIA is looking beyond the premium sector, expanding outside Singapore and exploring revenue channels outside its core airline business.
Two new European initiatives aim to improve aviation cybersecurity 
Airbus CyberSecurity, a unit of Airbus Defense and Space, has joined forces with SITA to launch a cybersecurity initiative specifically targeted at the air transport industry.
Aireon satellite-based ADS-B goes live on Iridium NEXT satellite 
Space-based ADS-B provider Aireon has taken full control of its ADS-B receiver installed on an Iridium NEXT satellite, following the launch of the first 10 satellites in January this year.
Satcom study unveils higher than expected benefits for airlines 
A study released at the World ATM Congress in Madrid this week suggests that satellite communication (satcom) in the cockpit has saved airlines more than $3 billion over the last 15 years.
World ATM Roundup-March 9, 2017 
World ATM Roundup-March 9, 2017
A6 Alliance CEOs outline SESAR deployment progress 
CEOs of the A6 Alliance met with European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc during this week’s World ATM Congress in Madrid, to highlight the role of air navigation service providers (ANSPs) in deployment of Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) technology and operational concepts.
New policy institute launches drive to improve ATM liberalization 
A new industry think tank has been launched to consider how the efficiency and performance of air traffic management (ATM) could be improved through greater market liberalization.
International Airlines Group CEO Willie Walsh speaks at the World ATM Congress
IAG to announce details of foray into low-cost, long-haul market 
International Airlines Group (IAG) expects to formally announce details of its new low-cost, long-haul operations out of Barcelona’s El Prat Airport imminently.
Time constraints are greatest danger to positive Brexit outcomes 
Time is likely to be the greatest threat to a mutually beneficial outcome of Brexit negotiations—the UK’s decision to exit the European Union (EU) last year.
Cyber Proof 
Cyber crime is a fast-growing area of concern for aviation security, but addressing how to guard against it and mitigate the risks yields more questions than answers.
ESA confirms 10 atomic clock failures on Galileo satellites 
The European Space Agency (ESA) has confirmed that a total of 10 atomic clocks on its Galileo constellation of satellites have failed.
Germany completes integration of civil-military ATM services 
Germany has completed the integration of civil and military air traffic management (ATM) throughout its airspace.
Apps Help Guide Travelers Through Connected Airports 
Airport apps for smartphones can help passengers maneuver through the airport from the “garage to the gate.”
Airport Case Studies 
Airports are using smartphone apps and other means to let customers get everything from gate assignments, baggage claim and check in info to finding a restroom.
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Jun 25, 2019
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US Big 3 glosses over UAE Open Skies outcome

Reading the US Partnership for Open & Fair Skies’ press release on the US-UAE joint government policy statement on their Open Skies agreement, the expression "lipstick on a pig" comes to mind. Except it’s more about gloss than lipstick....More
Jun 20, 2019
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PARIS 2019 BLOG: Air transport industry confidence on display

The fourth and final trade show day saw a handful of additional Airbus narrowbody orders or conversions, closing a show that was relatively light on new airliner order numbers—as anticipated—but which still delivered some surprises....More
Jun 19, 2019
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PARIS 2019 BLOG: The significance of the A321XLR’s long legs

Day three of the air show was a good one for Airbus and particularly its newly-launched A321XLR, which is demonstrating early on that airlines see how they can stretch their networks, enter new markets and do good business with a longer-legged narrowbody....More

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