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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...

Milan Malpensa under changeable weather conditions
How to use uncertainty to make better plans

If there’s one thing that’s certain in aviation, it’s uncertainty. What time will that plane arrive? What’s the weather forecast? Is runway capacity enough or will we have to stack? But uncertainty in aviation planning doesn’t have to be a limitation. Dealing with it can help...

Self-connect
Self-connect; a new way of connecting flights?

Many travellers might associate the process of transferring flights with alliances like SkyTeam, Oneworld or Star Alliance and major hub-airport like Amsterdam Schiphol, London Heathrow or Paris Charles de Gaulle. Would you ever think of low-cost carriers and transfer? True low-cost carriers no longer exist; Ryanair...

acdm
Airport CDM benefits are clear, global implementation progress remains slow.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) delivers significant benefits to European airports and the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) network. Recently Eurocontrol presented an improvement of take-off accuracy, which is the main driver for network benefits. Predicted 2015 ECAC network impact caused by Airport CDM implementations The Network...