All articles by Peter Nilson

Peter Nilson is the editor of Future Rail, Airport Industry Review, and Ship Technology Global. He was previously the editor of the Just Food and Just Drinks digital magazines. He enjoys long walks on the beach and talking about the weather.

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Winds of change: digital transformation in the travel sector 

Peter Klayman, VP of business strategy at Bottle Rocket, explains how airlines use digital technologies to meet shifting customer demands

Harnessing physical security data to transform passenger experience

Jon Hill, transport and public safety account executive at Genetec, explains how physical security data can transform airport operations.

Blimp and you’ll miss it: AIR86 out now!

In this issue: the return of rigid airships, the future of first class seating, blockchain’s role in the future of SAF, and more.

How offsite airport parking companies can increase customer satisfaction 

Vitaly Vinogradov, CEO of, shares tips on boosting customer satisfaction at off-site airport parking sites.

How low-cost airline subsidies are hampering the great modal shift

A new Greenpeace report argues that the difference in ticket prices, due to airline subsidies, is the barrier to travellers choosing trains over flights.

How Lidar improves airport operations

Digital Mortar CEO Gary Angel highlights the increasing role of Lidar in people measurement and why it’s particularly important in airports.

AIP now a minority shareholder in Dreamstone

The investment will see AIP become a 30% shareholder of Dreamstone and provides a platform for both to grow in South Korea.

How airlines can mitigate downtime during summer travel surges

Andy Burghes, Netscout EMEA VP, discusses the risks of poor network visibility and how airlines can avoid downtimes ahead of peak surges.

London Heathrow appoints new CEO

Copenhagen Airport boss Thomas Woldbye is set to replace current Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye when he steps down later this year.

Ferrovial and Milligan to develop UK vertiports

Milligan and Ferrovial are in active discussions with stakeholders in strategic UK locations suited to building vertiports.