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OAG releases in-depth report on the future of airline operations


It provides a critical resource for comprehending the advancements and challenges in modern airline operations, marked by relentless innovation and technological progress.

LONDON, UK – OAG,  eading data platform for the global travel industry, has today released its latest industry report: The Future of Innovative Airline Operations.

This insightful report delves into the critical operational aspects of airlines, exploring the sweeping technological changes revolutionizing key operational areas: Aircraft Turnaround, Flight Planning, and Baggage Management.

Each section of the report provides detailed analysis and insights, highlighting innovations that are setting new operational benchmarks in the airline industry. The report breaks down into three comprehensive chapters:

  • Aircraft Turnaround: A focus on how digital innovations are transforming aircraft readiness for subsequent flights, leading to enhanced efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
  • Flight Planning: An exploration of how AI and Machine Learning are reshaping flight routing, contributing to fuel savings, reduced emissions, and improved customer satisfaction.
  • Baggage Management: A look at how cutting-edge technology is transforming baggage handling, reducing mishandling rates, and enhancing passenger experience.

Central to the report is a showcase of pioneering startups and established tech players whose innovative solutions are driving these operational transformations.


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She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.