The service enables Air India
Introducing upgraded experience with brand
Rebrand plans include $110 million
Through the integration of GIATA
Travelers can experience seamless airport
Titan has also launched a
In 2022 the Baltic ports
Copenhagen has won the Cruceroadicto
Circulo Autos to launch the
The international passenger rail transport
The USD 8.7 trillion ‘Dubai
Located across 9,000 sqm and
First of a two-part series
Nearly 40% of respondents would
Planning a different kind of
Wellness tackles loneliness, with a
On Wednesday, February 1, at
This week in 'Travel Insights',
2023 has just started! It's
It's common sense that smaller,
This year closes with ILTM
WTM prevails in November, and
For the first time, the
Tony Tyler, IATA’s Director General
The site reached the milestone
Data and anecdotal evidence from
While cycling is the most
While there is no clear
The ultramodern Loutraki Thermal Spa
Hybrid events and virtual components
Porto Angeli Beach Resort and
PM Hotel Group partnered with
This wide-ranging, international sentiment study
In the last group of
ENAV and SITA OnAir ink partnership for VHF-based services.
SITA OnAir has released findings from the 2015 SITA Passenger IT Trends Survey showing how people like to use inflight
New app and beacons set to drive usage.
Brazilian low-cost carrier is first airline in the Americas to deploy Flight Tracker.
Introduction of GX Aviation moves a step closer.
Safety is clearly paramount for airlines and there is an agreement across the industry that they need the ability to
Primarily, people want to stay in touch during their entire journey. Looking at analysis of the traffic on SITA OnAir’s
Ground based applications allow airlines to track aircraft.
Transavia Netherlands has been using SITA EFBs on its 31 x B737s since 2013 and Transavia France will share the
The demand for mobile connectivity has never been higher, with 80% of passengers carrying smartphones.