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United Is Testing A New Boarding Procedure

Chicago-based United Airlines is testing a new method for boarding flights that may take away some headache for travelers.Currently, the airline uses a system that separates passengers into five lines in the boarding area. And while that system helps acutely separate passengers, control the crowd and cut back on lurkers ...

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NATS takes equity stake in Aireon to help accelerate technology revolution in global aviation surveillance

UK air traffic management company NATS has acquired a 10% stake in space-based air traffic surveillance service provider Aireon, in a deal valued at approximately $69m. Aireon will use a network of 66 low Earth-orbiting Iridium NEXT satellites to monitor the location of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) equipped aeroplanes flying ...

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Wow air to Start Low-cost US-India Flights

WOW air, Iceland’s low-fare transatlantic airline, recently announced the launch of its flight operations in India from  December 7, 2018 subject to getting slots at the Delhi airport. The airline said that it will have five direct flights a week between New Delhi and Keflavik airport in Iceland that will ...

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Arora Group renews Heathrow expansion proposal

The Arora Group has unveiled its £14.4bn proposal for new terminal buildings at London Heathrow Airport as part of its bid to embark on the development of the airport expansion. Designed by architect Corgan, Arora’s plans for the airport’s new Western Hub focus on increasing the capacity with a new terminal between the ...

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