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Can Thailand become a global aviation OEM/MRO hub?

With the proliferation of low-cost airlines serving a burgeoning middle class, Thailand is looking to establish itself as a global aviation OEM/MRO hub in the Asia Pacific region. But the government will need a clear strategic direction if it is to transition the country into...

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Using design cues for better passenger flow at airport terminals

The increasing number of passenger movements in global aviation continues to strain many airports’ terminal capacity for processing passenger flows efficiently. Additional self-service capabilities can help. However, unlike programmable machines, passengers are unpredictable. Self-service solutions can only work with the support of environmental cues that...

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Learning from other modes of transport

In the world of transportation, continuous innovation is taking place in virtually every mode. Ideas spread quickly, influencing other modes in different forms. Is this cross-pollination just being copy-pasted, or is it coupled with a culture of learning from the other sector’s experience? This is...

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Implementing A-CDM: More than just technology

Airport CDM (A-CDM) can improve the overall efficiency of airport operations, but if the scope of the implementation is too narrow and focused only on technology, its benefits can fall flat. To get the much-needed support from everyone involved in the process, it is crucial...

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The three keys to successful self-service

There is more to airport passenger self-service innovation than just technology. Successful technological innovation includes people and infrastructure in the design process. When technology is implemented to simply replace manual processes and cut costs, the broader impact on both the passenger and the organisation is...

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Defining Meaningful Safety Performance Indicators

Safety performance indicators within management systems are useful tools for allowing an organisation to measure progress – and continuous improvement – of safety topics. This is as true for airlines and airports as it is for national oversight bodies. Although these indicators are extremely useful,...

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Gate Capacity: Knowing When To Build

A common problem with growing demand at airports is gate shortage. The apparent solution is building more gates, which is neither easy nor fast. An easier option is more efficient gate allocations and ‘steering’ traffic to smooth capacity issues. The conundrum is that this gets...

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Europe’s growth in aviation travel continues apace

In this year’s annual update on the growth of the aviation industry, it is clear the aviation industry is still maintaining its momentum of healthy growth. The biggest news: a record-breaking 2 billion passengers welcomed in 2016! Thanks to the 5+% growth of 2015 continuing...

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Ten reasons to work at To70

When you’re looking for a job, you want to find out everything you can about a company to see if it’s the right fit for you. To give you an idea of what working in aviation consulting at To70 is like, we made a list...