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This blog post continues the discussion, why minding passenger connections is so crucial for any network carrier. We outline challenges, a roadmap and a passenger connection evolution ladder for decision support in scheduling.
Aside from ensuring that they get to the airport on time and grabbing a coffee to go, pilots must complete many tasks when preparing for their flights. One of these crucial tasks is to set up the flight folder in their charting application, to ensure that all required charts are available with the single tap of a button - from the Airport Moving Map, to the Standard Instrument Departure Chart and Instrument Approach Chart. If the aircraft type and charts are specified in the ARINC 633 flight plan, the charts will be loaded automatically. But what happens when this is not the case? Read on to find out...
Beim diesjährigen Drachenbootrennen von Lufthansa Systems in Budapest traten mehr Teams als je zuvor an. Barna Wichmann nahm zum ersten Mal teil. Was hat ihn besonders beeindruckt?
Digitalization is affecting the entire aviation industry. Airlines are increasingly investing in connectivity solutions and networked systems, both in the cockpit and on the ground. This enables carriers to boost the efficiency of their flight operations, since data – such as weather, air traffic-control information – will be updated in real time. As a result, airlines’ requirements for flight planning and navigation systems are changing. Everything is becoming more dynamic and data-driven.