All articles by Jasleen Mann

Jasleen Mann

SAUDIA digital integration system links visas with flight tickets

The new stopover service will enable visitors to stay in the Kingdom for up to
96 hours.

Aircraft ice accretion: a breakdown of ice protection approaches

Aircraft are vulnerable to ice accretion, which can be stopped by an effective ice protection system.

Aviation technology key to sustainability

Various technologies such as gas turbines systems and electric solutions are expected to transform the aviation industry.

Aviation industry tackles lingering impact of pandemic

Airports should look to adjust business models, embrace digitalisation and invest in infrastructure as the sector continues to seek ways to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a report by intralogistics company BEUMER Group.

Aviation and environmental sustainability

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is the most mentioned theme in
airport and airline annual and quarterly filings, according to GlobalData’s Company Filing Analytics.

Gatwick intends to boost regional economy by creating AEZ

Gatwick Airport is striving to articulate an identity created from the region’s economic attributes

Understaffed airlines and oversold flights lead to cancellation chaos

Understaffing and overselling have contributed to a chaotic summer for air travel across the UK

The rise of sustainable aviation fuel and fuel efficiency programmes

Malaysia Airlines operated its first passenger flight using Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) in June.

Sensor technology solutions for airport challenges

Velodyne Lidar anticipates the success of autonomous solutions such as lidar (laser imaging, detection, and ranging) sensor technology and software in the aviation industry.

Sleep, comfort and wellness: Air New Zealand’s unique travel experience

Air New Zealand will offer passengers the opportunity to sleep in Skynest, a six-pod configured sleep zone.