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Articles tagged “aviation”

Online Travel

SideStory, Flyosk and More in Today’s Travel Startup Watch

These are the newest travel startups from AngelList vying for travelers’ interest and investors’ attention.

SideStory, Flyosk and More in Today’s Travel Startup Watch

Airlines

Hamburg Tries to Own the Future of Aviation With New Research Center

The Hanseatic City of Hamburg has become an example of the advancements possible when local government gets behind its aviation community by providing financial, promotional, and logistical support.

Hamburg Tries to Own the Future of Aviation With New Research Center

Airlines

Will Celebrating Cheap Oil Give Aviation a Hangover?

Cheap oil is generally good news for airlines, but a dip to 2003 levels, if sustained, could have serious negative repercussions on plans for new fuel efficient aircraft and industry environmental targets.

Will Celebrating Cheap Oil Give Aviation a Hangover?

SkiftX

Best Travel Ads This Week: Sky’s The Limit With Airlines’ Storytelling Techniques

Airlines are becoming more playful as they experiment with ways to deliver a sense of their brand.

Best Travel Ads This Week: Sky’s The Limit With Airlines’ Storytelling Techniques

Hotels

China Attempts to Build a Bigger Jet Than Boeing and Airbus

The near future of aviation growth is in Asia, but China won't be able to truly compete unless they give the manufacturer to do what's best for the industry rather than for China.

China Attempts to Build a Bigger Jet Than Boeing and Airbus

Airlines

KLM Goes to School to Help Create the Passenger Experience of the Future

Forty years sounds like a long time, but in aviation it’s barely long enough time to get your kit together.

KLM Goes to School to Help Create the Passenger Experience of the Future

Tourism

Lindbergh’s Plane to Get Tender Loving Care, Lots of Visitors at Smithsonian

The "Spirit of St. Louis," which has been up in the rafters at the Smithsonian for decades, is executing an emergency landing of sorts as it was lowered to patch tears in the fabric skin and other defects.

Lindbergh’s Plane to Get Tender Loving Care, Lots of Visitors at Smithsonian

Airlines

Need for Commercial Space Travel Pilots Driving Changes to Aviation Education

There's no doubt that commercial space travel will continue seeing progress over the next decade, and if traveling from one end of the world to the other can be done faster and still be safe, let's do it. At the same time, universities shouldn't lose sight of traditional aircraft challenges that need to be addressed.

Need for Commercial Space Travel Pilots Driving Changes to Aviation Education