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We’re nearly half way through 2012 and it has been an exciting year in the travel industry thus far. Have a look at our infographics from the first half of this year below and let us know what you think.
Travellers demand change and both airline technology and the whole airline industry are going to need to adapt to these changing demands. The continued growth of the aviation industry depends on improving the airport experience, airport operations and airport systems, ensuring travellers continue to value of these services.
As industry news reflects more and more airlines, airports and other travel industry companies utilising cloud computing technologies, our research shows that most airlines expect to use IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) before the end of 2014. This enables growth across airline and airport businesses while keeping costs down. As the aviation sector embraces this technology, we look at a few important statistics around this service.
The airline industry is moving to the cloud and Amadeus has examined how the aviation industry, travel industry and others may use the cloud in the future. Of course, Amadeus supports the flexibility cloud computing brings to airline and airport technology, enabling SaaS (Software as a Service) deployment in more places, less expensively. The airline industry is adapting, and we have supported the move to SaaS for over 20 years. Why not read more and help your airport or airline become part of the future.
Travel industry statistics in the new Amadeus report show that Middle East travel has increased. With trends showing this increase, airlines and airports increasingly need to adapt and improve their technology and experiences. In the face of this change, the aviation industry needs to re-evaluate future aircraft design. This Amadeus report sheds some fascinating light on the airline business and where it may be headed, the importance of understanding changing passenger demands and how airports and airlines need to adapt to changing traveller routes.