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Frances Marcellin

Frances Marcellin is a freelance journalist who, after living in London for ten years, now runs editorial company Piece Boutique (www.pieceboutique.com) from her home office in south-west France. She is a regular contributor across many of NRI Digital's business titles - including Airport Technology, Road Traffic Technology and Food Processing Technology - and also writes for other publications, such as the New Statesman, The Belfast Telegraph and The Connexion. Transport (road, rail and air), property (especially the luxury market), travel, food, film and television are all subjects that Frances covers.

All articles by Frances Marcellin

  1. Keeping fit while flying: a look inside the Travelletics app

    Airlines carry over 4 billion passenger each year – accounting for around 280 million trips by air – and the…
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    3 Jun
  2. Speaking out: the first Human Trafficking Handbook for airports

    In 2014, when Nadia Murad was 19, ISIS attacked her village in Iraq. Hundreds were killed (including 600 men, some…
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    21 May
  3. Do not disturb: airports helping passengers find some peace and quiet

    The international business travel market is growing and evolving at such a rapid rate that travellers are starting to expect…
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    25 Apr
  4. How does in-flight Wi-Fi work?

    With on-board internet connectivity set to play a major role in what airlines offer in the skies, how can airlines…
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    9 Apr
  5. Speaking plane English: how a new app is helping pilots and ATC communicate

    When the Civil Aviation Authority released a report by Dr Barbara Clark in 2017 about the state of the English…
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    2 Apr
  6. The role of social media in an aviation crisis

    For airports, the combined impact of disruption and social media can be costly in terms of reputation and financial loss….
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    5 Feb
  7. Airports tap into virtual reality for passenger entertainment

    The first movie ever to be watched on a plane was Howdy Chicago on an eleven-passenger hydroplane at the Pageant…
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    2 Jul
  8. Artificial intelligence: the end of lost baggage?

    Between now and 2036, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that the number of air passengers will rise from…
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    23 May
  9. How airports can act as testbeds for autonomous vehicles

    The IATA (International Air Transport Association) expects around 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, nearly double the 4 billion…
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    3 May
  10. Branding an airport: identity is more than the sum of all parts

    On 30 April 2014, the old Doha International Airport in Qatar closed its doors and the new Hamad International Airport…
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    25 Apr
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