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Every week we post hundreds of stories across various sectors in travel, connecting the dots across various global trends, and in these weekend posts we highlight the stories that tackle these trends. This one looks at top aviation trends. For all of our trends roundups, go here.
- Airlines cater to digital-savvy customers: Here Are the Airlines That Will Be First To Allow Relaxed Digital Device Use
- Airlines cater to digital-savvy customers: JetBlue Wi-Fi Rollout To Begin Within A Few Weeks
- Airlines cater to digital-savvy customers: Hawaiian Airlines To Launch Roomier Seats With Power Outlets
- Airlines cater to digital-savvy customers: Southwest Will Hand Out Free iPads on Select Flights
- Airlines are cutting flights and full-time employees: Trends In U.S. Airline Employment in 2013
- Airlines are not willing to invest in larger coach seats: Why Airlines Don’t Care if Passengers Sleep Better With One Extra Inch
- So customers have to get smart about their space: How to Outsmart the Airlines and Beat the Shrinking Airplane Seat
- Airlines’ ancillary fees are getting more complicated: Spirit Airlines Considers Spiking Bag Fees During Peak Travel Times
- Airlines are doing very well at social customer service: How Well Do Airlines Deal With Customers’ Twitter Requests?
- U.S. airfares are about to get cheaper: Business Travel Airfares Forecast To Decline in North America in 2014