Gatwick Airport CIO outlines how analytics can improve flight delays

Stuart Sumner
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Cathal Corcoran, Gatwick Airport CIO, also discusses how data can help to sell more whisky

Gatwick Airport is leveraging data in an attempt to improve the speed with which is ‘turns around' aircraft - unloading passengers and baggage, refueling, reloading and getting the plane back into ...

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