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by Jack Chen MARCH 3, 2020 This article originally appeared on Kambr Media – check out this link and more for the latest news on the intersection of commercial aviation and tech. “’Yes,’ I tapped, I am ready to play! What do I have to do? Then came the cold...

by David Kaplan MARCH 4, 2020 This article originally appeared on Kambr Media – check out this link and more for the latest news on the intersection of commercial aviation and tech. “Take the aftermath of 9-11 and combine it with what we saw during the 2002 SARS outbreak, and...

by David Kaplan JANUARY 21, 2020 This article originally appeared on Kambr Media – check out this link and more for the latest news on the intersection of commercial aviation and tech. “Whenever you see delays, cancellations or re-routing through to another city, often when you see a lot of...

by Enterprise Ireland JANUARY 27, 2020 “Entering the era of complete retailing is the next frontier for travel retailers, where they are dynamically creating and selling relevant, personalized, appealing offers to travelers. Cloud and machine learning technologies that deliver data driven responsive technologies will be core to...

by Joseph Vito DeLuca FEBRUARY 4, 2020 This article originally appeared on Kambr Media – check out this link and more for the latest news on the intersection of commercial aviation and tech. “We realized that air cargo load factors based on weight utilization now paint a misleading picture of...