I read and heard so much about how different it is to fly during the time of COVID-19. Safety regulations, other processes, and additional restrictions are just a few examples. However, as an aviation lover, I was looking forward to my first flight after many months so very much. So here’s what I observed and all details you have to know when planning to fly!
Let me share a short backstory before we get into the details about Transportation KPIs. Being back at the office after three months of lockdown made me realize how much I missed all my colleagues. During lunch talks and team meetings, we can share our perspectives about how this situation can benefit us and adapt to it. All this information-sharing inspired me to write this post.
Today my thoughts emerged from a recent experience I had during my first trip after the COVID-19 lockdown. Last week during my first rail travel, I wondered why are the safety requirements much stricter for air travel than for rail/ground travel.
Airlines have been working for years on how to become more environmentally friendly. In our blog post, ‘Why should airlines monitor sustainability KPIs’, we identify some of the central sustainability KPIs airlines should track to reduce the impact on the environment.
We’re all aware that airlines have suffered possibly the biggest crisis in aviation history during current Corona times. However, cargo airlines are one part of aviation that hasn’t ceased operations. On the contrary, it has continued to provide the necessary medical and essential food supplies within countries.
Have you ever considered the possibility of tracking an entire flight process? From its initial planning until its arrival to a destination? Today, I want to share a concept that will allow you to track each step of a flight chronologically and the most important, in real-time.
As airlines take care of their passengers, airports must also focus on caring for the travelers’ experience. Today, I want to share with you five passenger-oriented KPIs that airports should implement to guarantee the clients’ satisfaction.