Opinion, insight, and data on the strategies animating the business of commercial aviation
It depends on the time-frame you’re looking at.
The best way to encourage booking behavior is to mitigate risk. Jay Sorensen offers airlines some thoughts on how best to do that.
Even while cash-strapped along with every other business, carriers can implement their own multi-billion dollar stimulus plan for consumers using mileage points.
When the lockdowns end, business travel will be the first to return, with a tentative inclusion of leisure.
Reforming the industry can only have meaning if we assure its survival.
The histories that factor into route planning mean zero now.
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.
“Outside the airshow, the normally bustling city-state of Singapore took on an eerie quiet that felt like the slowest of public holidays rather than a normal workday.”
The expansion of the existing codeshare agreement presents clear advantages for both carriers – and a new challenge for Delta in Seattle.
As competition among Ultra Low-Cost Carries intensifies, slots at secondary airports could promote continued expansion.
A4A projects U.S. airlines will carry an average of 2.63 million passengers per day during the Thanksgiving travel period.
The growing list of a la carte choices in GDSs is a primary driver of non-booking airline sales.