Future of Aviation

Sam Regan

The future of aviation lies in finding innovative ways to transport passengers from point A to point B in the fastest and most efficient way possible. As an aviation enthusiast, I have always enjoyed finding 'travel hacks' to optimize my travel day and minimize my time spent in airport terminals. It is therefore exciting to see that, while some legacy industry players continue to invest in multi-billion dollar airport terminal projects aimed at enhancing the luxuriousness of travel, there are a growing number of innovative companies focused on speed, efficiency, and sustainability .

TSA Precheck and CLEAR (clearme.com) reduce the time it takes to get through security, while Global Entry eliminates those long immigration lines. Meanwhile, BLADE is revolutionizing commute to the airport with it's 5-minute journey from Manhattan to JFK. Finally, Boom Supersonic plans to cut transoceanic flight times in half all while using engines powered by sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

Moreover, Blade, through its investment in Electronic Vertical Takeoff and Landing vehicles (eVTOL), and Boom Supersonic, through its use of SAF, are among the few companies that have committed to delivering products that are not only efficient but also sustainable.

At DineUp, we share this vision and are proud to offer a solution that streamlines the travel experience for our users while also tackling the issue of onboard food waste. With DineUp, passengers can pre-order their meals and rest easy knowing that their order will be waiting for them onboard. No more wasting hours in line at airport food vendors; now, you can fly faster with DineUp!