How Low-Cost Carrier Route Volatility Can Help Airports Not Just Survive—But Thrive
Rob Walker — 5 MIN. READ
The mission of the ALTA CCMA & MRO Conference is to be the premier annual maintenance and technical purchasing conference focusing on four key industry pillars – innovation, technology, efficiency, and regulations – in order to develop effective solutions that maximize aviation’s economic and social footprint in the region.
Join Vice President Hal Chrisman for the Aircraft Connectivity panel on May 21. From the point of view of commercial and customer service, the basis for investing in connectivity is clear: Fast and reliable Wi-Fi means more satisfied passengers, which in turn generates higher revenues. But there are other factors for operators to invest in connectivity; Better communication between the aircraft and the operating centers helps airlines operate more efficiently by receiving data and information while the aircraft is still in flight. Having a system connected means that the aircraft can continuously feed the information to maintenance operations on the ground.