CarTrawler-sponsored report focuses on post-virus consumer behavior and how airlines can best serve a travel economy in recovery. This report anticipates the changes that will occur as consumers return to airlines, hotels, and car hire companies. This report anticipates the changes that will occur as consumers return to airlines, hotels, and car hire companies. Here are […]
Jay Sorensen’s letter to the global airline community: for those at the ticket counter, at the gate, on the plane, on the ramp, in the hangar, and at corporate headquarters.
Business Traveller According to consultancy Idea Works and ground transport company Cartrawler, airlines took $75.6 billion in ‘a la carte revenue’ globally in 2019. This was led by European airlines, which made $31.5 billion, followed by Asia Pacific airlines at $21.1 billion, Canadian and US airlines at $14.8 billion, African and Middle Eastern airlines at $5
The Best Seats Airlines Hold Back from Frequent Fliers Wall Street Journal Consulting firm IdeaWorks did 3,600 searches for two business- or first-class awards on 18 different airlines. It found Turkish Airlines had the highest availability at 98% and Scandinavian Airlines the lowest at 2%. United had two seats available at the Saver level on only