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Aviation Building Its Presence In The Metaverse

Aviation Building its Presence in the Metaverse

The innovation that’s characteristic of the aviation industry is demonstrated in how brands are using the metaverse to showcase their offerings. The metaverse is a digital space that allows platforms using augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to create immersive audience experiences like never before, and it’s about to revolutionize how we interact online.
The Right Fuel Partner Can Make Or Break An Operator. Jet Fuel Consumption Represents The Largest Outgoing For Airlines And Operators. According To Statista, Commercial Airlines Used 95 Billion Gallons (431 Billion Liters) Of Fuel In 2019. This Dropped To 52 Billion Gallons In 2020 But Has Been Consistently On The Rise Again Ever Since The Height Of The Pandemic. Cost Efficiency Has Never Been So Important, So I’m Sharing Five Questions To Ask Yourself To Make Sure You Choose The Right Jet Fuel Partner To Meet Your Needs.

Choosing the Right Jet Fuel Partner

The right fuel partner can make or break an operator. Jet fuel consumption represents the largest outgoing for airlines and operators. According to Statista, commercial airlines used 95 billion gallons (431 billion liters) of fuel in 2019. This dropped to 52 billion gallons in 2020 but has been consistently on the rise again ever since the height of the pandemic. Cost efficiency has never been so important, so I’m sharing five questions to ask yourself to make sure you choose the right jet fuel partner to meet your needs.
To The Next 75 Years Of NBAA

To the next 75 years of NBAA

2021 was a year of excellent growth in our industry, and the WingX figures from January 2022 confirm activity and demand continue to rise – great news of course, but not without it’s challenges too. In a recent BNAA ‘News Hour’ webinar that marked the anniversary of the National Business Aviation Association, some of the US’ top experts discussed the BA outlook for 2022. They cited a rapidly growing demand for personnel as a key issue, along with huge MRO backlogs of up to six and eight months, and a decline in maintenance technician pools. It seems that some investment is needed to properly facilitate this continued growth.
Business Aviation Trends For 2022

Business Aviation Trends for 2022

2021 saw business aviation demand flourish and enjoy a recovery that many wouldn’t have dared to dream.  But the rise of the Omicron variant at the end of the year caused many countries to return to tight travel restrictions. Now at the beginning of 2022, it seems that we are returning to more international travel but to make assumptions about what could potentially happen throughout the year ahead is folly. What we can do is use the experience of 2021 to predict some business travel trends that will strengthen in 2022.  Notwithstanding that travelers and operators will continue to demand enhanced efficiency for their business operations, here are three trends I think we will see a lot more of this year.
US Aviators Succeed In Delaying 5G Amid Safety Concerns

US Aviators Succeed in Delaying 5G Amid Safety Concerns

US Aviators Succeed in Delaying 5G Amid Safety Concerns - US aviation organizations stateside have secured an agreement from a number of telecom companies to delay the nationwide rollout of 5G cellular service for 14 days. Concerns that the new technology would negatively impact aircraft security were behind the move. The situation even prompted threats from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ground or divert flights if 5G execution went ahead at the planned date.
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