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Why Is It So Hard for Airlines to Maintain Profitability?

Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash After a period of unprofitability, the airline sector returned to healthy profits last year with a net profit of $23.3 billion, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Fortunately, for 2024, the industry is expected to continue profitability

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AI and Aviation: FAA Requests More Info

Photo by Steve Johnson on Unsplash Artificial Intelligence is the talk of technology. From ChatGPT for writing and research to generative AI for video content, consumers have been using AI for many new purposes. Industry and businesses are also leveraging AI for its predictive capabilities and ability

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73 Airline CEOs Sign New Safety Leadership Charter

Photo by Hanson Lu on Unsplash 73 Airline CEOs Sign Onto New Safety Leadership Charter Safety is in the spotlight in the aviation industry. A rise in runway collision near-misses and the negative press around Boeing has put airline safety in the public consciousness, despite the fact that it is safer

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70 Years of Boeing Commercial Passenger Planes

Photo by John McArthur on Unsplash 70 years ago, Boeing introduced its first commercial passenger jet in May 1954. The Model 367-80 would take Boeing from a player in the military space to a global leader in commercial aviation. Today, Boeing seems beset by problems. Safety and manufacturing woes are

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Why Is It So Hard for Airlines to Maintain Profitability?

Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash After a period of unprofitability, the airline sector returned to healthy profits last year with a net profit of $23.3 billion, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Fortunately, for 2024, the industry is expected to continue profitability

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Photo by Steve Johnson on Unsplash Artificial Intelligence is the talk of technology. From ChatGPT for writing and research to generative AI for video content, consumers have been using AI for many new purposes. Industry and businesses are also leveraging AI for its predictive capabilities and ability

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73 Airline CEOs Sign New Safety Leadership Charter

Photo by Hanson Lu on Unsplash 73 Airline CEOs Sign Onto New Safety Leadership Charter Safety is in the spotlight in the aviation industry. A rise in runway collision near-misses and the negative press around Boeing has put airline safety in the public consciousness, despite the fact that it is safer

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Photo by John McArthur on Unsplash 70 years ago, Boeing introduced its first commercial passenger jet in May 1954. The Model 367-80 would take Boeing from a player in the military space to a global leader in commercial aviation. Today, Boeing seems beset by problems. Safety and manufacturing woes are

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