Author James Turnpenny, JAM Recruitment


Hydrate to feel great

Keeping passengers hydrated can be a valuable extension of the customer experience onboard. As travelers arrive at their destination without jetlag, they might just recall their flight with a little extra fondness


Wi-fly into the future of the connected skies

Following BA’s announcement that it is investing GB£30m to bring high speed wi-fi to 118 aircraft in its its fleet, Cyient’s Bhoopathi Rapolu explores what BA’s announcement could mean for the industry as a whole, the prospect of custom-built airline apps, and the potential barriers that BA might face before the planned rollout next year


How 3D printing will transform ERP systems

Let’s look at how 3D printing is transforming aerospace & defense support chains and how enterprise resource planning systems will have to adapt to face the threat of counterfeit parts


Take travel personally

The lowering of air fares, growth in technology-driven onboard services and the rise of premium economy are just some of the major trends influencing the global travel industry today. A forthcoming event in Hamburg could help airlines move with these changing times


How to secure the network on a connected airliner?

While aircraft connectivity is revolutionizing inflight entertainment and communications (IFEC), cyber security is vital, especially now that there are calls for gathering more real-time data on aircraft location and operations


Going Dutch

The team at JPA Design visited Dutch Design Week to see the latest designs and trends from across the whole spectrum of the world of interiors. Their findings could inspire the colors, materials and finishes for the next generation of aircraft cabin interiors

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