How Rio de Janeiro is Building the City of the Future Sponsored This content is created collaboratively with one of our sponsors.
Like other recent research, these findings suggest that it takes a lot to set brands apart for service-concerned business travelers. Cultivating a strong identity with stylized lounges and brand-specific amenities may be the way to go.
Seventy-two percent of Deloitte’s business flyers said they use two or more loyalty programs, while a third of them patronized more than four airlines’ members’ clubs, they said.
The survey found that travelers overall don’t highly value loyalty programs when choosing flights. The quality of those programs ranked 19th out of 26 attributes they were asked to weigh in value.
Deloitte concluded that airlines must change their strategies for courting loyalty, and suggested they focus more on “personalizing the customer experience” in order to become certain passengers’ preferred carrier.
Read more about this study from Deloitte: