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ZeroG's Aman Bhattarai and Gerhard Kaltenborn discuss improving on-time departures using artificial intelligence during a segment of LH452's FlyingLab. (Photo: AirlineGeeks

Inside a FlyingLab: Lufthansa’s Unique In-Flight Conference Experience

When Lufthansa began flights to San Jose, Calif., the carrier knew it had to do something unique to celebrate the newly established connection to the tech-focused Silicon Valley region. As airline officials began brainstorming how to mark the new service, the team wanted to create something innovative that no one else was doing. Despite being hesitant at first, on July 1, 2016, Lufthansa’s inaugural FlyingLab flight took off. Focused on virtual reality and the future of travel, the flight was…

Aerolineas Argentinas Invests Almost $10 Million in IT Systems

Aerolíneas Argentinas is completing an investment of $9.8 million as part of the modernization of its computer systems. In this process, a new data center was set up, two new powerful computers are being incorporated and progress will be made in the expansion of data storage capacity. The objective is…

British Airways Introduces Biometric Technology at London Heathrow Airport

On Thursday, British Airways officially debuted automated biometric technology at London Heathrow Airport, which will be evident in the new self-service boarding gates. Currently, the service is only available at the first three boarding gates for UK domestic flights in Heathrow's Terminal 5, according to the airline. The new technology…

DFW Airport Develops New App for Apple TV Users

Over the past few years, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has been working to improve the customer experience for passengers being the fourth busiest airport in the nation. In February of 2016, the airport signed a deal valued at over $35 million with Coca-Cola to become an official provider of beverages.…