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The old data models won’t apply to airline passenger demand anymore.
Understanding where and when air travel demand starts moving will be essential to the aviation industry reset.
Airlines will need to go beyond simply blocking middle seats to attract bookings.
“We do know we will turn the corner.” Here’s how Enterprise Ireland is helping ease that turn for airlines and the wider travel ecosystem.
Travelers used to want to know about legroom; now it’s about air circulation and cabin cleanliness.
The Colombian airline’s message to Latin American travelers quarantined during the COVID-19 crisis: #VolveremosAVolar (“We Will Fly Again”).
An informal air travel survey by PROS Mike Slone explores retail rescue possibilities now and for the industry’s comeback.
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?
New Bulgarian location joins ATPCO’s London outpost comes two years after Routehappy acquisition.
The Smartwings-owned airline’s 1,000-person workforce will be able to make their own travel bookings more seamlessly.
ARC CEO Mike Premo on the company's evolving investment strategy.
“We realized that air cargo load factors based on weight utilization now paint a misleading picture of how full flights really are.”