First Free Story (1 of 3)

More travel executives get their mission-critical industry news from Skift than any other source on the planet.

Already a member?

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 test technology to boost in-flight sales: Airlines Hope A Better Flight Experience Will Be Key to Higher Profits

>>Mobile Revenue Still Lagging With Airlines: Mobile Revenues And Interactions Still A Work In Process For Airlines

>> Airlines’ see return on investment in first class cabins: Airlines See Investment in Premium Seats Begin to Pay Off Again

>> Aviation profits are back on the rise: Airline Revenue From Extra Fees Climbs to $31.5 Billion in 2013

>> Space travel will soon be a reality and countries want a piece of the action: UK Wants to Launch Commercial Space Flights From Scotland by 2018


Photo Credit: Airlines hope to tailor special offers to passengers based on their preferences and previous interactions with the carrier. Picture, JetBlue manager of corporate communications Morgan Johnston on a press flight for JetBlue's Fly-Fi launch. Samantha Shankman / Skift