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.
>> Flight attendants are there for safety first: Why Disrespecting Flight Attendants is Totally Nuts
>> The number of Americans flying during the Christmas travel period hasn’t changed year-over-year: This Christmas Will Be the Most Traveled on Record for Americans
>> As long as their identities won’t be known: U.S. Travelers Want Airports to Track Their Mobile Devices
>> These are the moments that made a difference in travel this year: 25 Travel Moments That Mattered in 2014
>> The rules are changing for airline rewards miles: A New Strategy for Earning and Keeping Airline Elite Status in 2015
>> The U.S. still hasn’t broken the cycle: U.S. Airlines Still Lag Far Behind Global Carriers for On-Time Performance
Subscribe to Skift Pro
Subscribe to Skift Pro to get unlimited access to stories like these ($30/month)Subscribe Now
Photo Credit: In this Wednesday, December 21, 2011, file photo, holiday travelers, including Donald Occimio of Mesa, Ariz., dressed as Santa Claus, and his wife Diane check in at Sky Harbor International Airport, in Phoenix. Tom Tingle / Associated Press
Calling Travel’s Future Without Fear Then and Now on Skift’s 9th Anniversary
When we officially launched Skift on July 30, 2012, we couldn't have envisioned the insanity and tragedy of 2020 and 2021. But we got through it as a company, and much of the global travel industry, licking its wounds, has likewise proved to be as adaptable as the circumstances demand.
Dennis Schaal, Skift | 2 months ago
Renewed Family Travel Tests Flexibility of Travel Businesses
With several weeks of summer still left, having a family vacation is still a possibility. But parents traveling with kids are getting smarter about how they're spending their money. If the industry wants to attract this billion dollar sector, appealing to their kids is the smart way to go.
Ruthy Muñoz, Skift | 2 months ago
Media and PR
5 Ways Travel Brands Can Inspire Discovery and Capture Demand Now
Consumer behavior is likely to remain in flux post-pandemic, so travel brands must adapt their advertising strategies to prepare for an unprecedented purchase journey and connect with travelers in new ways.
Facebook + Skift | 3 months ago