Les soft skills des collaborateurs font aujourd'hui tout autant effet que leurs compétences techniques.
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The onset of the coronavirus pandemic last year was the catalyst for several key changes in the aviation industry. While passenger traffic has fallen sharply, the crisis has been something of a boom for airfreight.
The 9/11 terrorist attacks had a tremendous impact on the security of our society and dramatically altered the international security landscape.
The Passenger Confidence Tracker reveals demand for flights is restoring, however, rebuilding passenger confidence requires consistent global safety protocols and digital technology.
The ability for an airport to adapt and respond quickly and effectively to a growing industry is the linchpin of success.
During July and August 2021, Emirates’ airports provided safe resumption of travel for its passengers and experienced an increase of customer volumes, since the ease of COVID-19 travel restrictions.
SITA has developed a platform to integrate the unruly gaggle of passes and certificates so that airlines, airports and governments can deal with them seamlessly.
Total demand for air travel in July 2021 was down 53.1 per cent compared to July 2019.
ICAO’s 2021 Stocktaking for in-sector CO₂ reductions concluded with strong calls for high ambition from governments and industry leaders, and highlighting important new innovations in technology, operations, and fuels to accelerate the realization of sustainable aviation.
ACI has evolved the ASQ program to reflect the changing expectations of passengers to gain a deeper understanding of passenger profiles and behaviours.