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Latest technologies for airport security and passengers’ comfort

Latest technologies for airport security and passengers’ comfort

As significantly eminent travellers look for new ways to take control of their own travel experience, the aviation sector has adopted a lot more innovative technologies and intelligent innovations in response to demands for an exceptional travelling experience and passenger comfort. Screening lanes The TSA (Transportation Security Administration) announced recently that it’s partnering with American

Costas Lambropoulos talks to Innovanaut about G-Aerosports Archon SF/1 aircraft built in Greece

Costas Lambropoulos talks to Innovanaut about G-Aerosports Archon SF/1 aircraft built in Greece video

Giorgos (George) Iliopoulos, president and an instructor of Florina Flying Club in northern Greece, has brought Greece ahead in the future of aviation technology with the Archon SF/1 RG, a single–seat, high-wing, single-engine aircraft with the revolutionary “Flying Fuselage Aircraft” design after being inspired at the EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh a few years ago. Starting


Meet the World’s largest aircraft the ‘Flying Bum’

Meet the World’s largest aircraft the ‘Flying Bum’ video

On the 17th of August 2016, Airlander 10 successfully completed it’s first flight accomplishing all test objectives. After a brief flight starting around 19:45 and landing at 20:00, Airlander 10’s first flight marked the onset of it’s Flight Test Programme which should last a couple of months. After the project has successfully been completed, prospective

Business Travellers Agree! The Dikoros Films Studios Quiz App Is Entertaining And Challenging

Business Travellers Agree! The Dikoros Films Studios Quiz App Is Entertaining And Challenging

As most experienced business travellers know, business travel is not glamorous.  It is filled with endless hours of waiting while moving from one location to another – home to airport, airport to rental car, rental car to hotel, hotel to meetings, and so on. During this exhaustive process there is a large amount of down

Maverick is about to change business travel for the better- By David Sher and Aaron Green, the founders

Maverick is about to change business travel for the better- By David Sher and Aaron Green, the founders

We founded Maverick because we wanted to make business travel more fun, and because we felt technology today provides a way to do that.  Both Aaron and I are frequent business travellers, so we think we have a decent idea of good bits and the bad bits. We’ve also had our fair share of adventurous vacations too,


BlackBerry goes square to take a bite out Apple

BlackBerry goes square to take a bite out Apple

Canadian cell phone makers BlackBerry, who in recent years have been struggling to keep pace with the principal “movers and shakers” in the Smartphone industry have made a serious attempt to capture the attention of their largest market, the business sector, with the launch of their Smartphone, which stands out for its unique square-shape, to