JFK is about to undergo a massive renovation. How they might structure this effort should be informed by intelligent analysis. By using NLP to listen for feedback from their user base is a great way to kick off a customer-centric project.
Is Denver International Airport a haven for secret Illuminati ceremonies? You might think so by looking at an analysis of its Facebook page. In this latest installment of the airport analysis series, we look at how important it is for a text analytics solution to account for sarcasm and satire.
In our fourth airport analysis, we turn to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas. As the fourth busiest airport on Earth, DFW is larger than the island of Manhattan. Every year it caters to 64 million passengers. Here is what they have to say.
Charlotte blends Southern charm into the hustle and bustle of a major international airport. However, this balance doesn’t always go as planned. As the ninth busiest airport in the country, Charlotte Douglas International Airport can profit from listening to the voice of its customers.
Not only is Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport the busiest airport on earth, its “plane train” is the busiest rail system in America. This volume means Atlanta International needs to run with near flawless perfection. In this analysis, we learn exactlty how they can make strides toward that goal.
We’re using cutting-edge text analytics and sentiment analysis for analyzing airport reviews. By combining qualitative and quantitative data, we’ll tell you which American airports are the lowest- (and highest-) ranked, and why travelers feel the way they do.