Articles tagged “airline technology”

Airlines

Investor 777 Buys AeroCRS to Build Tech Stack for Smaller Airlines

Investment firm 777 Partners hasn't only bought 68 Boeing 737 Max jets for its budget airlines. It has also been rolling up software vendors, competing with other airline tech providers.

Investor 777 Buys AeroCRS to Build Tech Stack for Smaller Airlines

Airlines

PROS Gains Travel Tech Sales Uplift With United Airlines Deal

About four out of every ten passengers boarded worldwide have their trips touched by tech from the vendor PROS. The company's recent win in selling more enterprise software to United, along with this year's new products, acquisitions, and R&D spending, may catch the eye.

PROS Gains Travel Tech Sales Uplift With United Airlines Deal

Online Travel

Paragon Buys a Bag Tag Maker in a Bid to Digitize Airline Luggage Tracking

While not glamorous, the digitization of bag tagging could help airlines lose fewer pieces of luggage. Paragon, a public tech company, aims to scale up Security Label's business with customers like Air France.

Paragon Buys a Bag Tag Maker in a Bid to Digitize Airline Luggage Tracking

Online Travel

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic

The travel sector couldn't afford to lose money on efforts done merely to appear innovative for social media optics. So the companies and destinations rediscovered innovation's original spirit. They focused on lasting boosts to operational performance and traveler satisfaction.

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic

Airlines

The Aspirations of JetBlue to Be a Travel Tech Company

What's the best strategy for a corporation? Some years, it's trendy for consultants to advise companies to focus on their "core competency." In other years, it's all about diversifying. JetBlue's effort to diversify into enterprise tech will be worth watching.

The Aspirations of JetBlue to Be a Travel Tech Company

Airlines

This Airlines Deal Portends More Back-End Shakeups on Tech and Data

ATPCO's acquisition of fare management tech from SITA probably won't be the last project airlines will reassign. This month's appointment of Alex Zoghlin as CEO of ATPCO suggests further changes are looming.

This Airlines Deal Portends More Back-End Shakeups on Tech and Data

Coronavirus

Europe’s Uncertain Future Weighs Heavily on Amadeus

It's hard to predict an aviation rebound, so diversifying further into cruise and rail could help the tech business gradually recover, especially if pent-up demand for European travel materializes.

Europe’s Uncertain Future Weighs Heavily on Amadeus

Online Travel

Airline Tech Startups Try to Adapt to Brutal Sales Market

We checked in with about a half dozen airline tech startups. Generally speaking, they're blending realism with optimism.

Airline Tech Startups Try to Adapt to Brutal Sales Market

Coronavirus

Alaska Airlines Aims for Smarter Pricing During the Crisis With the Help of New Tech

The pandemic has bewildered the airline software that pops out airfares based on historical data. But Alaska Airlines thinks new software will make it savvier.

Alaska Airlines Aims for Smarter Pricing During the Crisis With the Help of New Tech

Airlines

How India’s SpiceJet Is Using Tech to Innovate During the Pandemic

SpiceJet has championed reforms of airport processes that have already changed how all air travelers in India fly on all airlines. In a move reported here first, the budget carrier will begin to sell some of the tech it has developed to other airlines.

How India’s SpiceJet Is Using Tech to Innovate During the Pandemic