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AI, VR to upgrade passenger experience

Artificial intelligence and virtual reality to play major roles in travel
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Passengers demand fast airline wi-fi

Airlines are working to enhance inflight connectivity
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Wholesaler stretches into Nordic market

Destinations of the World launches business in Scandinavia
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Copenhagen trains to be driverless

New report outlines benefits of driverless technology
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Alexa in your hotel room

Hotel chains test voice-activated devices
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KLM takes next social media step

Airline flight info now on Twitter and WeChat
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Human error behind BA IT crash

Engineer disconnected and reconnected power supply
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Lufthansa gives all cabin crew iPads

Airline to issue 20,000 devices in coming weeks
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BA explains reasons for flight chaos

British Airways operates full flight schedule from Tuesday
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Finavia tests ‘mixed reality’ in airport ops

New tech could be used to anticipate passenger flows