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.
>>TSA Precheck subscribers can now access expedited lines when flying on Lufthansa: TSA Precheck Expands to Lufthansa Passengers Headed to Europe
>>Brexit is a fig leaf that can be used to cover up pretty much anything. Would the carrier be halting the service if it had been a runaway success? La Compagnie Blames Brexit for London Route Suspension
>>This is the major third major IT glitch to hit the industry this summer, but the first in Europe: British Airways Flights Snarled By Latest IT Glitch — Skift Business Traveler
>>Air travel today is something that we take for granted but 50 years ago it represented something altogether more fantastical: Skift Global Forum Preview: How Airlines Became Global Style Icons
>>Yes, Brexit is a big deal politically in the United Kingdom. But the decision should not affect the nation’s airlines much: EasyJet, IAG CEOs Say Market Overreacted to Brexit
>>American changed its AAdvantage loyalty program to a revenue-based model earlier this year and its members seem to be angrier than usual: American Elites Are Unhappy With the New AAdvantage Loyalty Program — Skift Business Traveler