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SITA and Virgin Atlantic tap new tech for staff training

Aviation faces a jobs and training crisis but new technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality are staring to help airlines …

 
 

A new IATA Aviation Human Resources Report published this week reveals that customer service jobs in aviation will be in high demand …

 
 

Sponsored by PROS Three-letter acronyms – TLAs – are common-place in almost every aspect of 21st century life, and travel technology is …

 
 

Finnair is the latest oneworld airline to allow passengers to check in for their flights off-airport, including baggage collection, through a partnership …

 
 
virtual reality

This is a viewpoint from Caroline Camilli Gay, from SITA Lab. “This is the year Virtual Reality goes mainstream” has been the …

 
 

Sponsored by EyeForTravel. Blockchain to revolutionise the complex travel ecosystem or blockchain technology to drive efficiencies in travel companies? Now that the …

 
 

This is a viewpoint from Alexander von Bernstorff, director of airline solutions at InteRES. At the start of 2018, we entered year …

 
 

Better companies attract better employees, but what does it take to be a better company for Millennials? World Tourism Forum Lucerne, executive …

 
 
airport technology

Airports around the world were actively engaged in trials of advanced technologies in 2017, and we expect that many of those projects …

 
 

Travelport became the first GDS to be certified as a Level 3 aggregater under IATA’s New Distribution Capability initiative. NDC is intended …

 
 
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