January 17, 2022
 

News in brief: Cirium, ATG, and Jyrney

Global aviation analytics firm Cirium has released its second annual Airline Insights Review, which reveals the industry is in recovery and poised for a projected 47% growth in capacity in 2022. The review says this steep increase indicates capacity could return to 2015 levels by the end of next year. Although recovery was varied in 2021, global capacity is forecasted to return to capacity levels seen in 2006 by the end of the year.

TransPennine Express is set to increase services between Edinburgh and Newcastle this month. From December 12, it will run five services per day (Monday to Saturday) in both directions on modern, five-carriage Nova 1 trains featuring free Wi-Fi in both Standard and First Class as well as access to onboard entertainment system, Exstream.

ATG Travel Worldwide has launched BALDWIN, a “game-changing” tool that leverages Big Data and utilises AI to determine the highest probability of traveller preferences. It is a subscription solution that ATG’s clients will be able to access from TravelSPACE, the company’s highly-customised global platform, with pricing based on the number of licensed users.

Mobility technology start-up Jyrney has been named by Tech Nation as a Rising Star in the North West. Jyrney and four other North West companies join 50 other regional winners from 10 areas across the UK. Jyrney will now be inducted into the Tech Nation alumni network, giving greater access to networking opportunities and the ability to learn from other early-stage tech businesses going through a similar scaling journey.

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