Next-level Disruption Management

Smart Handling of Failure

In 2018, total cost from disruptions in airline schedules worldwide amounted to an estimate of more than $60 bn, of which more than $32 bn were due to avoidable causes.

Airline Jump Run

The Airline Jump and Run – How precision and Agility are Now Key

Around the globe airlines are in the process ramp-up operations. Given the uncertainty that continues to persist globally, this will be a jump-and-run exercise that requires considering several factors.

Biometric Data Challenge

Is Blockchain a Match for Biometrics’ Data Challenge?

Introduction Technology enthusiasts are eager to see biometric technologies become the norm in identity verification, as are public and private sector leaders who are focused on protecting societies and maximizing financial bottom-lines. But while biometrics have proven their ability to enhance safety, security, efficiency, and revenue, a major hurdle continues to stand in the way; […]

What’s next for Airports – The Conflict of Turning Down Costs

Introduction The crisis gives Airports a one-time chance to shake off legacy cost – but they face conflicting requirements. Most Airports’ financial situation may not have received similar media attention as airlines in the Covid-19 shutdown, but this does not mean their businesses are not having to undergo significant change. With traffic at many airports […]

How does Video Analytics Help Airports to Implement COVID-19 Hygiene Regulations?

Introduction For several month the COVID-19 outbreak has limited public and professional life globally. Air travel and tourism have been especially impacted by a wave of measures designed to prevent the spread of the virus. As the peak is past and the lockdown is being lifted, public life in most European countries is coming back. […]

Foresee the Unforeseeable

Foresee the Unforeseeable – Airline Demand Forecasting in Times of COVID-19

The Challenge: Predicting Demand for Air Traffic in a Highly Disruptive Environment The current Corona pandemic has devastated many industries, but only a few with the vigor that struck the aviation sector. Under the impression of international travel bans and national lock-downs, customers were unable or unwilling to travel anymore. Thus, airlines were forced to […]

How When Where

How, When, Where … – To Ramp-up Airline Workforce?

A Myriad of Questions As we reach the peak of COVID-19’s infection curve through the western world, the unenviable task of rebuilding and resuming operations in a post-pandemic society lies ahead. Airlines will have to find ways to weather the crisis and accommodate a “new normal”. As preparations begin to restore operations, a myriad of […]

Thinking Idea

Airline Recovery After the COVID-19 Crisis – The Real Disruption is Yet to Come

Global Shut-down Ever since the Corona virus left China and started its pandemic rampage around the globe, the subsequent lock-down of entire economies has severely struck a multitude of industries – but hardly any other sector has suffered as much as the travel industry, including (passenger) air transport. Airlines were forced to ground most of […]

Could COVID-19 Give Biometrics the All-Clear?

Could COVID-19 Give Biometrics the All-Clear? Over the past few uncertain months, aviation leaders have been diligently working to mitigate the risks presented to their employees, passengers, and shareholders by COVID-19. In lieu of definitive and specific long-term guidance from government authorities, leaders have been racing to identify and evaluate the right technology, procedural changes, […]

COVID-19: How will Airport Operations be Impacted?

During the COVID-induced shutdown, airports are finding themselves caught between differing, often conflicting information and requirements from their stakeholders – both airlines and travelers, as well as their regulatory authorities. At this stage, ahead of most countries’ case number peak, it is difficult to identify the correct models and scenarios for post-travel-ban market behaviors. At […]