An Easy Fix for the Airline Overbooking Problem

In a new article for VentureBeat, Moshe Kranc, CTO of Ness Digital Engineering, explains how the controversial airline practice of involuntary passenger bumping is actually a data problem that can be solved easily through improvements in both data analytics and data transparency, including establishing a transparent marketplace where passengers are happy to leave an airplane because they participated in the decision.

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