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 has officially launched its blockchain-based loyalty program for frequent customers.
Singapore's largest airline operator is turning to blockchain technology to boost spending of its loyalty program air miles.
Surf Air will accept bitcoin and ethereum to pay for its tickets going forward.
New patent filings from General Electric suggest that it is looking at blockchain as part of a wider aircraft monitoring and maintenance system.
Air transport IT firm SITA has released a white paper detailing how airlines and airports could use smart contracts for shared control of data.
One of the world's largest airlines is looking at how it can apply blockchain tech to track workflows within its aircraft maintenance systems.
A major Russian airline is reportedly using blockchain to issue tickets as part of a bid to streamline its back office processes.
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