When the lockdowns end, business travel will be the first to return, with a tentative inclusion of leisure.
Like so many things, the COVID-19 crisis suggests it’s time airlines rethink elite status.
Government assistance isn’t the only avenue airlines need to explore.
Aviation Festival Americas advisory board members will discuss cost containment strategies for airlines and airports in an exclusive webinar.
An informal air travel survey by PROS Mike Slone explores retail rescue possibilities now and for the industry’s comeback.
World Aviation Festival Webinars Aviation and COVID-19 State of Play Series
Reforming the industry can only have meaning if we assure its survival.
The histories that factor into route planning mean zero now.
We are all in this together. Literally. Our question to the aviation industry: How can we help?
Uncertainty is abundant, but aviation industry shocks over the past 20 years offer guideposts.
Airlines need to up their loyalty game now more than ever.
Airlines annually spend about a $400 million in network planning and scheduling tech, says Amadeus’ Sky Suite head Renzo Vaccari.
What is the future of airlines’ use of Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, WeChat, and (possibly?) TikTok?