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Travelers Look to Airports for Flight Information

Posted by Paul Lewis on May 18, 2015 @ 05:27 PM

Twice a year we ask our millions of flight tracking app users what matters to them when they travel, especially when it comes to technology. Increasingly, the Air Transportation Industry – airports, airlines and the businesses that support them – depends on connected information technology to provide transparency and clarity and serve travelers better.

Basically travelers want to know, more than anything else, whether their flights are on time. And they look to airports to provide accurate flight status and other important travel information.

But many airports drop the ball – or strike out – when it comes to taking advantage of flight information to improve the travel experience.

Our latest report identifies 5 things that many airports are missing when it comes to aggregating, displaying or communicating important current travel information. Download our report: “Grounded by Data: 5 Costly Flight Information Mistakes Airports Make Every Day”

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Topics: flifo, cancelled, airport, data transparency, delay, AODB, day of travel, airports, FIDS, Status

How SFO Airport's IT Department Runs Smoother with Real-Time Flight Information

Posted by Amanda Rogers on Jul 30, 2014 @ 09:00 AM

As one of the busiest airports in the U.S., how does SFO's IT department keep its travelers, operations team, and staff updated on the latest flight information efficiently? 

 

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Topics: flifo, experience, airport, displays, customer service, data transparency, technology, data feed, flight tracking, ARINC, operations, AODB

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