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Qatar Airways have updated its passenger app: features include a highly personalised home screen, offers tailored to the users location and less physical contact and interaction throughout the journey.

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https://aircraftcommercevirtualexpo.com/qatar-airways-passenger-app-refresh/

#CAPVirtualExpo #QatarAirways #airline

Personalising the passenger experience: Air Tanzania selects Panasonic inflight entertainment system for its Airbus A220 fleet to drive traveller loyalty.

https://aircraftcommercevirtualexpo.com/1147-2/

#aviation #passengerexperince #airline #avgeek #CAPVirtualExpo #panasonic #airbus #airbusA220

New Analytics Insight: Prolonged Aircraft Parking and Return to Service Maintenance Requirements.

Article: https://aircraft-analytics.com/insights/prolonged-aircraft-parking-and-return-to-service/

Key considerations for maintenance planners in terms of aircraft storage and return to service maintenance requirements.

ePax is the accessible onboard digital retail solution that is ushering in the departure of the paper onboard menu and retail catalogue.

https://aircraftcommercevirtualexpo.com/epax-contactless-innovation-increasing-the-appetite-for-onboard-retail/

#ePax #aviation #passenger #passengerexperince #cabincrew #airline #travel #avgeek #CAPVirtualExpo #travelretail

By staggering seating and using the space above the passengers IpVenture have designed a ‘socially distancing’ cabin to protect both passengers and airline revenues.

https://aircraftcommercevirtualexpo.com/airline-seating-could-get-better-because-of-the-coronavirus/

#CAPVirtualExpo #airlines #avgeek #travel #aviationdaily #airlineindustry #aircraft

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Welcome to Aircraft Commerce

Aircraft Commerce is an air transport industry bi-monthly publication that scrutinises the economics of commercial aircraft & engines from all relevant aspects. This includes fuel burn and operating performance, maintenance costs, airline and aircraft operations, the aircraft and engine aftermarket, passenger revenues and on-board systems, and aircraft selection and fleet planning.

 

Since its launch in 1998, Aircraft Commerce has published and archived more than 1200 articles on the subject of:
  • Aircraft trading & the aftermarket
  • Fleet planning & aircraft analysis
  • Airline & aircraft operations
  • Passenger revenues & IFE
  • Maintenance & Engineering
  • Maintenance IT systems
  • Freight business