Virtual Queuing is starting to generate significant interest around the world. It’s easy to see why, as it opens up for enhanced utilization of infrastructure and staff as well as increased passenger satisfaction. And on top of that it enables airports to be compliant with physical distancing requirements. Virtual Queuing, if applied correctly, can have a significant, positive impact on the airport operation.
If you are looking for some simple and accessible steps to get you started with Virtual Queuing, treat yourself to this e-guide.
COVID-19 and its severe effect on aviation has highlighted a need for airports to be more agile when planning operations. Right now, airports around the globe, are trying to adopt a data-driven approach to operations ensuring compliance with guidelines and the need for physical distancing, while simultaneously adapting to an evolving demand of the use of infrastructure. The challenge is, that we often see decisions being made based on experience rather than data and knowledge. But how do you make the switch to trust and rely on your data?
If you are looking for some simple and accessible steps to get you started with leveraging your airport data, treat yourself to this e-guide.
COVID-19 has brought the worst crisis in the history of aviation. To read more about how this might be the best opportunity ever for airports, airlines, and all other stakeholders, to rethink business models and adjust operational concepts to improve efficiency and passenger satisfaction download our complete COVID-19 guide.
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