How the airline industry is using AI to improve the entire experience of flying

Feb. 7, 2023
Artificial intelligence is helping airlines model various scenarios and account for more “what if” disruptions that can delay or cancel flights, John Kell reports for Fortune.

NEW YORK - When Swiss International Air Lines began to use A.I. technology to boost efficiency, the carrier was able to better optimize more than half the flights in its network. It also saved 5 million Swiss francs ($5.4 million USD) last year, John Kell reports for FortuneContinue reading original article.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics take:

7 February 2023 - Kell says that A.I. tech that is being used by airlines today is improving “everything from how to actually schedule my people in a more efficient way, to understanding the weather conditions and being able to use that to predict when planes are going to land, and how much fuel they’re going to use,” says Warren Barkley, senior director of product management at Google. A.I. technology, Barkley says, “has the ability to look at hundreds of millions of data points and take factors that it never thought of before, or never could be used before, to predict what’s going to happen.”

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