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UK aviation commits to net zero Co2 emissions by 2050 without limiting passenger growth

The UK Sustainable Aviation coalition has outlined a commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, crucially this specifically allows for passenger growth in contrast to earlier calls by…

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Culture is a key element within an airport’s digital transformation

Managing an airport was simpler in the past. Overall, an airport in 2020 is not that much different from one in 1970, however when looking specifically at the behind-the-scenes operations,…

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Aviation News

EASA – Aviation Environmental Impact Report

A robust scientific understanding of the environmental impacts from aviation is an essential basis for informed policy discussions, and for the development of effective mitigation measures that achieve the desired…

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Features

Five on the Fly: GS1 with Tim Daly

GS1 Industry Engagement Manager Tim Daly answers Linkline’s ‘Five on the Fly’ about some the challenges and future of his sector. What have the challenges been in your sector? In…

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Aviation News

Ireland leading the world in the high-flying aviation sector

Talent, tax and track record are three of the key ingredients in the recipe which has turned Ireland into a global aviation finance powerhouse. The statistics speak for themselves in…

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Aviation News

Autonomous mobility transport vehicles trialled at JFK Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport has hosted a trial of state-of-the-art, fully autonomous mobility vehicles, which work to help passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) navigate the airport terminal freely and…

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Aviation News

Dublin Airport Celebrates 80 Years Connecting Ireland To The World

Dublin Airport is celebrated its eightieth birthday this Sunday, January 19, 2020. About 580 million passengers have been welcomed at Dublin Airport since the first commercial flight, an Aer Lingus…

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Aviation News

Bollore Plans New Aviation Logistics Base in Dubai

Bollore Logistics, a part of group division Bollore Transport & Logistics, is in discussions with partner Dnata, which wishes to build a new facility at Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) for long-term…

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Aviation News

ASTM approves ARA’s synthetic kerosene process for the production of sustainable aviation fuel

Fri 31 Jan 2020 – A new sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) specification has been approved for commercial airline use by standards development organisation ASTM International, with support from the Commercial…

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History

The Past, Present, and Future of Last-Mile Logistics

The Origins of Last-Mile Logistics The concept of modern package delivery in the U.S. can trace its origins back to the California Gold Rush in 1849. With the need for…

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Financial

How to cut down your last-mile delivery cost to increase your profit margins?

In the entire supply chain, the final leg of the delivery- last-mile delivery is the biggest cost driver that accounts for 30% of the supply chain costs. The retailers competing…

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Business

Same-day delivery: The next evolutionary step in parcel logistics

This report examines the drivers at work in the current logistics landscape, the coming scenario, and the challenges players will need to overcome to make same-day delivery a reality. Same-day…

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News

Customer Communication is Overcomplicated – We Help You Solve It

Since 2011, MessageBird has been connecting companies to their customers on billions of devices around the world. Our versatile and reliable communication APIs have been built in-house by some of…

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Climate Change

Eco-Friendly Delivery: 5 Ways to Make Your Last Mile Operations Greener

Last mile delivery may cost a lot for companies that have goods and services that need to be delivered, but its cost to the environment is far greater. Transportation as…

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