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October 4, 2018

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Airlines

Airlines see the future in biofuels (Source: Mnn.com)
Airlines faced with rising conventional fuel prices are turning their sights on biofuels, which have the potential to significantly lower prices and carbon emissions.

American Airlines uses AI to improve baggage handling (Source: CIO DIVE)
Deploying artificial intelligence in a useful way can be challenging for a large airline, but American is adapting new AI technology to streamline the baggage process and reduce bottlenecks.

American completes final steps in merger with US Airways (Source: Frequent Business Traveler)
American Airlines has integrated all of its 27,000 flight attendants into one group on its new flight crew operations system, which is used for crew scheduling.

Airports

Passengers benefit from smart investments in airport improvements (Source: Airlines.org)
Smart investments in airport improvements allow airline passengers to enjoy a better travel experience without shouldering the burden of higher taxes, writes Sharon Pinkerton, senior vice president of legislative and regulatory policy at Airlines for America.

Hotels

Hyatt Place to open 3rd London property (Source: Nasdaq)
A third Hyatt Place hotel is slated to open in London in 2020 under a franchise agreement with Resolution Property.

Sacramento’s Hotel Marshall gets makeover (Source: CBS Sacramento)
Work has started to convert the shuttered Hotel Marshall in Sacramento, Calif., into a new boutique hotel.

Technology

IATA: Travelers embracing self-service, want more real-time updates (Source: Air Trans World)
The International Air Transport Association’s latest Global Passenger Survey shows that travelers want real-time updates on flight status, baggage and wait-times for security and immigration.

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