It’s no longer about just meat, fish or pasta? Etihad is among latest airlines adopting AI and machine learning to reduce inflight food wastage

Just like at any restaurant on the ground, ensuring that you have enough food to serve all your guests with their preferred menu is a…..

In all the confusion of travel in a Covid world, the normalisation of ties between Israel and the UAE shows we can all adapt to the ‘new normal’

Commercial flights have resumed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after an agreement was made to normalise ties in a major diplomatic breakthrough……

Europe and the Middle East hotel construction is at an all-time high, but in the Middle East there is a fourth consecutive quarter of pipeline declines

Most regions around the world are understandably experiencing slight delays to hotel construction project timelines of approximately two to four months and a reason behind…..

Radisson has productive 2Q with 15 new hotel signings across the EMEA region

The hotel industry has been hit hard by the Governmental lockdowns introduced to reduce the spread of Covid-19 during the current pandemic. But, away from…..

Airport check-in or medical room? The changing face of international air travel

Across the entire passenger journey, industry is looking closely at how it can deliver a seamless, touchless, healthy and above all safe environment for travellers……

How do you oversee a widebody fleet of 270 aircraft during a global pandemic? An insight into Emirates’ parking and reactivation programme

From airport runways and taxiways to specialist storage locations there are approaching 20,000 inactive aircraft currently, according to data from the CAPA – Centre for…..

The aviation industry has learnt to adapt to all previous threats; technology is already being used to adjust to the new travelling landscape

It has been acts of terrorism that have led to some of the most significant changes in the aviation journey. Whether that was the introduction…..