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2020 Summer Aviation Forum: “Recovery and the flightpath to new aviation”

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Digitalization, AI in Aviation and the Human Factor

The aviation industry must be transformed through the use of digital technologies and artificial intelligence. However, to realize the benefits from the new technologies, the humans in the industry also need to be transformed. Financial resources made available during the downturn should be directed towards investments in the human factor to facilitate this transformation.

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1928 September 18: The Graf Zeppelin, the most successful rigid airship ever built, makes its first flight
1954 September 18: Romanian Air Transport - TAROM - is established
1959 September 18: The Douglas DC-8 enters airline service simultaneously with United Air Lines and Delta Airlines
1963 September 18: Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport officially opens. The airport has the shortest commercial runway in the world, only 400 meters long, flanked on one side by high hills, with cliffs that drop into the sea at both ends
1985 September 18: DOT issues a rule prohibiting deceptive airline code sharing. The rule requires airlines sharing the same two-letter designator code to notify passengers of the arrangement and identify the airline actually providing the transportation
2007 September 18 to 28: The main aims of the 36th Session of the ICAO General Assembly, held in Montreal, are to enhance the safety, security, sustainability and efficiency of the global air transport system. The accomplishments of ICAO since its last General Assembly in 2004 can be summarized as follows: 1) a plan for strengthening aviation security worldwide; 2) the expansion of the Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP); 3) the streamlining and creation of air routes; 4) new standards to protect the environment; 5) progress towards the liberalization of air transport worldwide; and 6) implementing new legal instruments