Articles tagged “mh370”

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Qatar Air to Become First Large Airline to Test Advanced Aircraft Tracking

Qatar Air to Become First Large Airline to Test Advanced Aircraft Tracking

Deena Kamel Yousef, Bloomberg

The first airline that makes "best in-flight tracking" a part of its marketing positioning will have a win on its hands.

4 years ago

Passenger Planes Still Can Vanish and Here’s Why

Passenger Planes Still Can Vanish and Here’s Why

Justin Bachman, Bloomberg

IATA needs support from outside the airline industry to put recommendations into action.

4 years ago

AirAsia Black Box Search Renews Debate on Better Airplane Tracking

AirAsia Black Box Search Renews Debate on Better Airplane Tracking

Richard Clough, Michael Sasso and Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

When even IATA thinks the airline industry is moving too slow on airplane tracking, you know there's a problem.

4 years ago

Asian Aviation on Track to Have One of Its Worst Years Ever

Asian Aviation on Track to Have One of Its Worst Years Ever

Deena Kamel Yousef and Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

Asian aviation is growing in a manner that has few precedents, and it will no doubt continue to, even with tragic losses.

4 years ago

Airlines Push Back at Plane-Tracking Proposals From IATA

Airlines Push Back at Plane-Tracking Proposals From IATA

Andrea Rothman and Simeon Bennett, Bloomberg

Now that the public chatter has died down, it's going to take leadership by IATA and pushing by governments to get airlines on board.

4 years ago

Flight Tracking Debate Continues Months After Malaysia Air Disappearance

Flight Tracking Debate Continues Months After Malaysia Air Disappearance

Alan Levin, Bloomberg

There's enough money to be made and enough movement in this direction now that we expect to see some global standards shortly.

5 years ago

The Hunt for Vanished Malaysia Airlines Flight Resumes in Indian Ocean

The Hunt for Vanished Malaysia Airlines Flight Resumes in Indian Ocean

Associated Press

More has happened to improve flight tracking in the time since the flight's disappearance, but there is still a long way to go.

5 years ago

The State of Airline Flight Tracking 6 Months After the Vanishing of MH370

The State of Airline Flight Tracking 6 Months After the Vanishing of MH370

Marisa Garcia, Skift

There has been sufficient interest to motivate providers to develop a variety of viable solutions and that alone is progress. We'll know how much longer we have to wait before aircraft tracking becomes a standard, after the ATTF publishes its report by the end of this year.

5 years ago

Flight Tracking App Downloads Increase After Malaysia Airlines Accidents

Flight Tracking App Downloads Increase After Malaysia Airlines Accidents

Dan Peltier, Skift

Flight-tracking apps are being downloaded by family members and friends who are concerned about the welfare of loved ones and want to track the progress of their flights in real time.

5 years ago

Malaysia Air Sheds Its Mourning Grey In a Digital Refresh

Malaysia Air Sheds Its Mourning Grey In a Digital Refresh

Marisa Garcia, Skift

Malaysia Air may be more colorful now, but it will take more than a design refresh to bring customers back.

5 years ago

Malaysia Air Search Submarine Finds Nothing at Site of Pings

Malaysia Air Search Submarine Finds Nothing at Site of Pings

Associated Press

Two things we know for sure about the missing Malaysia Air flight: Malaysian government officials are untrustworthy and Australia's PM Tony Abbott doesn't let total ignorance prevent him from jumping up to a microphone.

5 years ago

Malaysian Government Releases Data From Missing MH370 Airplane

Malaysian Government Releases Data From Missing MH370 Airplane

Associated Press

The mystery of how flight 370 may remain, but if the Malaysian government had acted faster and shared more information, we may not have had such a mystery on our hands.

5 years ago