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  • Could airline innovations change the way we see flying?
  • Could airline innovations change the way we see flying?
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What do people want from a flight?

In 2013, over 3 billion passengers took to the skies. As airlines aim to make flying as simple as taking the train, could everything people would normally associate with air travel – endless queues, bad food, cramped, uncomfortable seats – be about to change for the better?

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In 2013, 3.1 billion passengers took to the skies – surpassing the 3 billion mark for the first time ever. That number is expected to grow to 3.3 billion in 2014 – which is equivalent to 44% of everyone in the world. [1] And as the world’s population soars to more than 9 billion in the next couple of decades, airlines’ priorities will lie in looking after the planet, not just its passengers – reducing CO2 emissions and cutting the time it takes to get from A to B. [2]

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