Author Oliver Ranson, founder of Ranson Pricing

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Passenger profiling: Digging into your data

Understanding the trends and patterns which represent distinctive passenger profiles can be valuable to enterprising designers seeking new ways of attracting high-fare passengers and selling seats that would otherwise go unsold

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Predictions for the interiors market – Part two

In the second post of his two-part series, Anand explores the developments and disruption happening in the aftermarket. While production has traditionally dominated revenue proportions, a surge in maintenance and retrofit programs could be set to transform this segment of the aerospace market

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Predictions for the interiors market

In the first of a two-part blog, Cyient’s Anand Parameswaran shares his predictions for the interiors market. Part one: the race for production is a marathon and a ‘print’

Opinion

Food safety training: make it a priority

In-flight catering is a key differentiator for airlines today, but poor food handling in commercial environments may be the largest contributor to food contamination in the UK, states food safety specialist, Mike Williams. When things go wrong it can have a massive impact on reputation, which is why ongoing food safety training is vital

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Perk up: The right time for an inflight coffee

Every airline serves refreshments throughout the flight time. If you are anything like me, you love a hot cup of coffee when you are up in the air. It keeps you alert and warms you up as you are heading towards your destination. But when is the best time to serve coffee during a flight?

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Demand concepts that influence your LOPA

When bean counters influencing LOPA development are seeking to ram in seats at maximum density, regardless of the impact on service, you will need facts, based on demand, to convince them to make the environment more comfortable

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Zodiac-Safran: logics will prevail

As Safran enters negotiations to acquire Zodiac Aerospace, Michel Merluzeau, director of aerospace market analysis at AirInsightResearch, explains why the deal will be a long process, driven by cultural and market necessities

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Kits these days

Nobody ever chose an airline on the basis of the quality of its amenity kits, says a frequent flyer and regular reader…

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Online security is a process, not a competition

Following a series of website security updates implemented at United Airlines to advance consumer security, we should remind ourselves every day that security is a process. For security to be a process, it has to become part of business as usual – not a milestone, or a sprint to the finish line

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