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JAL introduced autonomous mobility service at Haneda airport

Japan Airlines (JAL) launched the world's first autonomous driving mobility service for elderly and disabled passengers at Haneda airport on July 1. The self-driving vehicle can bring passengers to th...


AeroTime Team

Airbus makes 1st fully automatic vision-based take-off [Video]

Airbus performed the first fully automatic vision-based take-off using an Airbus Family test aircraft on January 16, 2020....


Gediminas Ziemelis

2020: revolutionary year for the $700B worth global aviation

2019 brought a challenging period for aviation industry. Boeing MAX grounding, “flight shame” movement, airline bankruptcies and other important events made a huge impact on the annual results. Ho...


Ruta Burbaite

Digital transformation in aviation: Big data, IoT, AI & mobility

The aviation industry has been on the front line of digital transformation ever since the digital revolution began almost a quarter of a century ago. Increasingly, companies around the world have come to the realization that the key to unleash the full potential of the aviation market is not only by embracing digital transformation but also, staying at the forefront of this evolution by offering breakthrough solutions based on new forms of digita...


AeroTime Team

JetPack Aviation launches flying motorcycles pre-order

There is a new promise that flying means of transport might be coming closer to everyday use. California-based company called Jetpack Aviation has launched pre-orders of what it calls “the world’s first flying motorcycle”. ...


AeroTime Team

Black Boxes: Why airplanes still manage to disappear?

Accidents such as Air France Flight 447 and Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have reminded on just how vital flight recorders, better known as aircraft black boxes, are for accident investigation and improving aviation safety… if you can find them first. So now, companies are introducing solutions....


Ruta Burbaite

Exclusive with IATA: adapting VR and AR technology in training

New technology encourages to rethink training processes and learning experience, especially when it comes to adaptation of VR and AR in training. At Air Convention 2018, Kim Kian Wee, Assistant Director of Training and Innovation at IATA, talked to Rūta Burbaitė from AeroTime about the introduction of new innovative solutions in training and how it can be enhanced with the use of VR and AR.  ...


Boeing, Robotic Skies to work on enhanced commercial UAS services
AeroTime Team

Boeing, Robotic Skies to work on enhanced commercial UAS services

Boeing and subsidiaries Jeppesen and Aviall have joined with Robotic Skies to develop  industry-leading supply chain management and optimization, analytics, and MRO services for the commercial and civil UAS markets....


AeroTime Team

Opinion: how to build a plane that never needs to land

The launch of the Zephyr aircraft by Airbus could mark the start of a new era of continuous flight. What made this possible was a series of breakthroughs in lightweight materials, solar power and batteries, and autonomous navigation. These advances have come together to create planes that can fly day and night without intervention, potentially for months at a time....


Sibile Simkeviciute

Aviation Tech Talks: Why do airlines stay behind on new tech?

The airline industry has become quite famous for lagging behind other industries when it comes to technology. Despite aviation being one of the most technically sophisticated industries out there, decades old software and operational glitches still persist. To find out what may be the reason for airlines’ reluctance to embrace innovation, AeroTime sat down with SIGMO Airline Databases’ CEO Manuel Javorik. ...