We’ve covered airlines from day one at Skift, but today we take our coverage and analysis to the next level with the launch of our weekly Skift Airline Innovation Report.
The newsletter, which will pop into your inbox on Wednesdays, will be written and curated by Skift airline business reporter Brian Sumers, and it revolves around the business of airline innovation.
We will look closely at the technological, financial, and design trends at airlines and airports that are driving the next-gen aviation industry.
This is Skift’s eighth newsletter honing in on the business of travel and restaurants. The Skift Airline Innovation Report will highlight original reporting, exclusive interviews, and analysis that you’ll get nowhere else.
The Skift Airline Innovation Report will offer insights on need-to know developments in passenger experience, ancillary services, revenue management, loyalty, technology, marketing, airport innovation, the competitive landscape, startups, and changing passenger behavior.
We kicked off the inaugural Skift Airline Innovation Report today with a one-on-one interview with Air France-KLM CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac in New York City.
Stories Like These
Looking at Sumers’ recent coverage of airline innovation, you can look forward to more analysis and stories like these in upcoming issues of the weekly Skift Airline Innovation Report:
- Interview: ANA CEO on His Star Wars Strategy and Why Sushi Doesn’t Fly
- United Airlines Struggles to Keep Its Polaris Promises
- JetBlue Airways Drops a Dozen Online Travel Agencies in Cost-Cutting Move
- Business of Pajamas, Pillows and Bragging Rights on Airplanes
- Airlines Put Facebook Messenger Chatbots to Work Answering Easy Questions