Airline Operations KPI Trends that will gain increasing importance in 2020

Airline Operations KPI Trends that will gain increasing importance in 2020

Hey Everyone! The idea of airline operations KPIs more and more attracts airlines. Many of them have started to monitor and manage operations KPIs either on a regular base but also especially in real-time. However a considerable portion of airlines still rely on as we like to call it traditional KPI’s. Punctuality, stability and things

How Airports Make Money

How Airports Make Money

This video was made possible by Squarespace. After this, watch the video I made for their channel. More about it after the video. Airports are incredibly complex and challenging businesses but, in many cases, they’re businesses that make money. Many airports are owned by governments but still then, they’re often operated as businesses—just businesses that

What Happens When Lightning Strikes a Plane

What Happens When Lightning Strikes a Plane

It was a cold rainy day in October of 2016. Huge balls of hail crashed into the ground. In short, it wasn’t a good day to fly, and Wow Air Flight 404 headed from Reykjavík, Iceland to Paris, France would soon understand why… That iconic fuchsia-colored plane was struck by a massive bolt of lightning

Airplane black boxes, explained

Airplane black boxes, explained

“Tower, look at to the south, there’s an aircraft crashing” On Veterans’ Day in 2001, an airplane carrying 260 people dropped out of the sky shortly after taking off from JFK. “An aircraft just crashed to the south of the field” The top fin of the plane broke off and fell into Jamaica Bay, and

How Air Traffic Control Works

How Air Traffic Control Works

This video was made possible by Hover. Buy your domain before its gone for 10% off by going to hover.com/Wendover. This is Heathrow Airport—Britain’s Busiest. Each day, about 650 flights take off from one of its two runways. At the busiest times, this represents one aircraft every 45 seconds. Of those 650, about twenty flights