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Love and Strife: Key Aviation Stories You Might Have Missed in February

Due to my few posts last month, readers might assume that I took the month of February off to celebrate the birthday of the 747, which just happens to coincide with my own. I did. There was chocolate cake. But […]

#Aviation Matters#Puttin' on Airs

Amuse-Bouche, Controversy Sandwich and a Little Wafer: 6 nearly 7 Aviation Stories You Might Have Missed

I get assignments and am encouraged to recommend topics, but I don’t decide what news will be hot each week and what developments might need a special article. The fates of aviation decide such things. That’s why the common threads between these stories fascinates me. Just as it happened week before last, these stories evolved with an unintended theme. The theme was: stuff to argue about.

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SITA Shows Baggage Tracking Doesn’t Have to Be Tricky

In its 2016 Airline IT Survey, SITA reveals that many airlines have plans to implement baggage tracking and many see clear benefits to passengers, but they’re struggling with the logistics.

The implementation of baggage tracking systems is required for compliance to IATA Resolution 753 by June of 2018, but while the minimum objectives of that resolution are relatively straight forward, airline interpretation of what’s required to get it right may be inflated.

Published 2015

2014 was busy, and 2015 is bustling with special features. To help Flight Chic readers keep up with the news they’ve missed, I’ve introduced catch-up posts on Flight Chic, with links to my articles featured on leading aviation industry and travel […]