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First Class Travel A Focus as Travel Industry Returns

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It’s no secret that airlines experienced drastic revenue loss from the pandemic. Airlines lost 126.4 billion dollars in 2020, and The International Air Transport Association predicted Read more

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Recognizing the Value of the Skilled Trades
February 1, 2023

People value skilled trades for the everyday necessities they bring to life. From plumbing to electrical, machinists, and construction, trades play a vital role worldwide. They make the world happen. Unfortunately, there is a growing gap in the skilled trades workforce, despite high wages, employer-funded training, readily available positions, and the opportunity to apply […]

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Inflation Rates Ease, But Long-Term Contracts Keep Prices High
February 1, 2023

With inflation rates easing and shipping costs dropping along with several commodities (not eggs), consumers may be wondering why they haven’t seen a noticeable price difference yet. Blame it on supplier contracts. A typical procurement practice is shoring up supplier contracts in advance, which means prices could hold for several months. The longer high prices […]

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The Trend of Procuring Online Education Intervention Solutions
February 1, 2023

Education systems that have taken a metered approach towards spending for instruction materials are also using this methodology to procure online education intervention solutions. Estimates put the overall global Online Tutoring Market at 6.52 Billion in 2021, and experts believe that number could reach over 19 Billion a year by 2030. And while online […]

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First Class Travel A Focus as Travel Industry Returns
December 28, 2021

It’s no secret that airlines experienced drastic revenue loss from the pandemic. Airlines lost 126.4 billion dollars in 2020, and The International Air Transport Association predicted they will still lose 47.7 billion dollars in 2021. However, this decrease in revenue loss means airlines are making up ground. As travel ramps up, people will see shifts […]

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Should Airlines Be Planning for a Future with “Half the Business Travel”
October 19, 2021

Few industries have felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic as acutely as the airlines. A continuing concern for these companies is the evolving nature of work. As many businesses have adjusted to using Zoom or Microsoft Teams for remote meetings, the emphasis being placed on business travel has been dramatically reduced. For more […]

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What Can You Do to Keep Up with Next-Gen Travelers?
August 18, 2021

Travel insurance, just like every industry across the globe, is evolving in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. As travelers look to get back to the skies and the roadways of the world in search of something to sate their pent-up desire for new experiences, a new generation is emerging. This new generation of […]

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Maximizing the Value of Your Roof With Drone Delivery
February 17, 2021

Both pilots and companies are navigating a thin line between security and innovation. Host Grant Guillot talks with leaders, influencers, and experts across the drone industry to guide us through the complex web of technology and policy in the United States.   Drones in America host Grant Guillot has discussed the future of drone delivery […]

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What Will Implementing Drones into Airport Operations Look Like?
January 6, 2021

Both pilots and companies are navigating a thin line between security and innovation. Host Grant Guillot talks with leaders, influencers, and experts across the drone industry to guide us through the complex web of technology and policy in the United States.     Drones in America host Grant Guillot has discussed the future of drone […]

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What Can Art Do For Airports?
August 22, 2019

Airports have long suffered from a reputation of stress and anger among travelers. This is mostly tied to long lines, crammed spaces and steep prices. However, interactive experiences including art installations have begun to turn the tide of public opinion back into a favorable position. This video shared by Ivo van Breukelen, Sales Manager at […]

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Buying Into Biometrics: United Airlines’ CLEAR Path For Airport Security
July 31, 2019

Airports and efficiency may seem antithetical, but innovations implemented by several major airliners in the U.S. may be addressing this longstanding issue. United Airlines recently announced an investment in CLEAR, a biometric screening company that eliminates the need for select customers to use a ticket or photo I.D. before security. While this may be […]

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What Industry Leaders Are Saying About the Future of Airports
December 21, 2018

A Conversation with the Airport Design Experts To learn about any industry, it is a good idea to start with the experts. Recently, we explored the airport of the future and technology’s role in its evolution. MarketScale spoke with Alliiance Principals Eric Peterson and April Meyer, and Associate Ben Johnson to get their perspectives on […]

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How Airports Avoid a Travel Apocalypse During the Holidays
December 20, 2018

As “I’ll be home for Christmas” plays in the background, lines at the airport will be swelling, possibly delaying people from getting home themselves. It is expected that 2018 will set a new record for travel, with more than 46 million people flying during the holiday season. This will be the fifth year in a […]

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