Browsing the "Airlines" Tag

Norwegian Bank Invests in Crypto Exchange Founded by Airline Magnate

| Daniel Palmer

Savings bank Sparebanken Øst has just taken a stake in NBX, a crypto exchange set up by Norwegian Air founder Bjørn Kjos.

Norwegian Air to Accept Bitcoin Through Exchange Set up By Founder

| Daniel Palmer

Business magnate Bjørn Kjos and his family have reportedly set up a crypto exchange and plan to offer bitcoin payments at Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Major Russian Airline Tests Blockchain in Bid to Track Fuel Payments

| Wolfie Zhao

Russia's S7 Airline tested a blockchain application to settle payments and paperworks via a distributed network during an aircraft's refueling process

Singapore Airlines’ Blockchain-Based Loyalty Program Takes Off

| Anna Baydakova

Singapore Airlines has officially launched its blockchain-based loyalty program for frequent customers.

Singapore Airlines to Launch Blockchain-Based Loyalty Wallet

| Wolfie Zhao

Singapore's largest airline operator is turning to blockchain technology to boost spending of its loyalty program air miles.

‘All-You-Can-Fly’ Airline Begins Accepting Bitcoin and Ether

| Nikhilesh De

Surf Air will accept bitcoin and ethereum to pay for its tickets going forward.

GE Patent Filings Hint at Blockchain Role in Aircraft Management

| Stan Higgins

New patent filings from General Electric suggest that it is looking at blockchain as part of a wider aircraft monitoring and maintenance system.

SITA Investigates Use of Smart Contracts in Air Transport Industry

| Sujha Sundararajan

Air transport IT firm SITA has released a white paper detailing how airlines and airports could use smart contracts for shared control of data.

Air France Tests Blockchain for Supply Chain Tracking

| Stan Higgins

One of the world's largest airlines is looking at how it can apply blockchain tech to track workflows within its aircraft maintenance systems.

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A Russian Airline Is Now Using Blockchain to Issue Tickets

| Wolfie Zhao

A major Russian airline is reportedly using blockchain to issue tickets as part of a bid to streamline its back office processes.