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1. Air New Zealand Exploring Use of Blockchain Technology
Air New Zealand is exploring the use of blockchain-based systems within its business. Blockchain is being used globally to build encrypted, shared platforms, providing a secure and efficient way to track the exchange of goods or information. Air New Zealand is looking at a number of potential use cases for the distributed ledger technology including cargo and baggage tracking, reta
2. SITA Exploring Potential of Blockchain Technology
SITA is exploring the potential of blockchain technology to provide travelers with a secure single token to travel through airports and across borders. The technology provides the opportunity to allow secure biometric authentication of passengers throughout the journey across borders, potentially eliminating the need for multiple travel documents without passengers having to share
3. Singapore Airlines to Launch Blockchain-Based Digital Wallet for KrisFlyer
SIA Group’s KrisFlyer frequent flyer programme is to launch a blockchain-based airline loyalty digital wallet capability that will help unlock the value of KrisFlyer miles to enable everyday spending at retail partners.
4. Sabre Labs Publishes 2018 Emerging Technology Report
Sabre has released the Sabre Labs 2018 Emerging Technology Report, its latest technology forecast focused on evolving technologies and trends that will impact travel over the next decade. The 2018 report evaluates automation, authenticity and blockchain as three major areas for consideration.
5. Sabre Labs Publishes 2017 Radar Report
Sabre has released its latest technology forecast, Sabre Labs’ 2017 Radar Report. The report evaluates nine key technologies with an outsized impact on the travel landscape, looking at what’s happening today and what to expect for tomorrow.
6. SAS Trials Silent Morning Flights
SAS is currently testing what it calls “Silent Morning Flights”. The new initiative eliminates most inflight announcements, with the exception of the safety briefing, from flights departing prior to 09:00. The Silent Morning Flights service is being trialled on all SAS domestic and intra-Scandinavia flights until end-September 2016.
7. UNWTO Signs MOU with Petra National Trust
A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed by the UNWTO and Petra National Trust (PNT) with the aim to promote sustainable tourism policies in cultural tourism, to develop capacity building and knowledge sharing, and to conduct educational actions. The agreement was signed in Beijing, on the occasion of the recent First World Conference on Tourism for Development.
8. Qatar Airways Cargo Increases Atlanta Capacity
Qatar Airways Cargo has increased capacity to Atlanta, Georgia, with the launch of daily passenger flights to Atlanta on 1 June 2016. The introduction of daily wide-body Boeing 777 passenger flights provides additional belly-hold capacity to the cargo carrier’s existing four times weekly freighter services between Doha and Atlanta. The carrier now offers a combined 744 tonnes of ca

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