Airspace Stories

How to Become a Data Scientist at Airspace

Are you curious about a career in data science? Are you looking to join a company that has a focus on machine learning and uses technology to help save lives? Well then, you've come to the right place.

I'm sure you've seen that there are plenty of data science job openings, yet it can seem impossible to land a job in the field, especially for those early in their career. Here I will give you some tips on how to get in the game with a focus on the machine learning branch of data science.

Airspace Announces $38 Million Series C Funding

We have some exciting news to share…we have secured $38 million in our Series C funding! Here we go over the details and how it ties into our long-term growth strategy.

Airspace's 2020 Year in Review

In 2019, no one could have predicted the challenges that 2020 would bring to the world. It was a difficult year for many, if not all of us. Despite the hardships of 2020, Airspace was able to deliver some good to the world - through resilience, creativity, and teamwork.

Airspace Provides On-Time Deliveries Despite Holiday Shipping Delays

The holidays are historically the busiest season for e-commerce retailers. Add on a pandemic-fueled increase of online orders, and shipping delays are inevitable. But how can you ensure a valuable shipment, such as an organ for transplant, won’t be delayed?

Airspace Expands to Support International Shipments

Airspace is excited to announce the opening of our first European office with the launch of Airspace B.V. From the headquarters, located at Schiphol-Rijk, the Netherlands, Airspace is expanding its team across the Netherlands, France, Germany, and the U.K. to support our ever-growing international customer network.

Charter Options Provide Fast, Secure Delivery for all Time-Critical Shipments

Your shipments are time-sensitive and valuable. But all too frequently, flights are canceled or delayed. It’s just the unfortunate nature of the business. Additionally, airlines only operate a certain number of flights a day, meaning there are times when flights aren’t immediately available. Pair that with having to ship a parcel to a rural area and you could be looking at upwards of 12 hours in travel time. These instances would be fine if you were shipping socks, but what happens when the parcel is time-critical, such as an organ needed for a life-saving transplant?

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