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Banks vs. OTAs: How Credits Cards Took Over Travel

There is a sea change taking place in how banks – and particularly how credit cards – interact with the travel industry. Watch what Skift Research has to say.

Banks vs. OTAs: How Credits Cards Took Over Travel

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A New Frontier? Carrier Scraps Most Change Fees, Introduces Premium and Business Perks 

The changes come as the Department of Transportation released a final rule that will require airlines to disclose all fees associated with add-on perks.

A New Frontier? Carrier Scraps Most Change Fees, Introduces Premium and Business Perks 
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Air India-Vistara Loyalty Programs: How Will They Be Combined Post-Merger?

In its nine years of operations, Vistara's service quality has created a strong base of loyal customers. The new information shared by the airline sheds light on how the merger will impact these customers.

Air India-Vistara Loyalty Programs: How Will They Be Combined Post-Merger?

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Airlines Get a Boost From Business Travel’s Comeback

Today's podcast looks at aviation's surprise boost, Chase's new perk, and Saudi Arabia's luxury focus.

Airlines Get a Boost From Business Travel’s Comeback

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United Airlines’ New Safety Video Just Dropped — and it Features 1,000 Dominoes

The roll-out comes at a sensitive time for the carrier as the FAA continues a major safety review into the company’s operations. 

United Airlines’ New Safety Video Just Dropped — and it Features 1,000 Dominoes

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Corporate Travel Comeback: Airlines Say They’re Seeing Gains

Once at a standstill as a result of the pandemic, road warriors are returning to business travel as corporations implement more return-to-office policies and in-person client meetings.

Corporate Travel Comeback: Airlines Say They’re Seeing Gains

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FAA Says It Has Not Approved United’s New Routes or Planes — United Says It’s Clear to ‘Begin the Process’ 

The FAA says it has not approved new planes and routes for United, but the carrier said it has been cleared to begin the process of resuming certification activities.

FAA Says It Has Not Approved United’s New Routes or Planes — United Says It’s Clear to ‘Begin the Process’ 

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EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren to Step Down as ‘Orderly Succession’ Begins

After seven years overseeing one of Europe’s biggest budget carriers, Lundgren is leaving the business in good shape.

EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren to Step Down as ‘Orderly Succession’ Begins

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Biden Signs FAA Bill: Automatic Refunds, Biometrics and More Flights From D.C.

The sweeping bill includes a range of consumer protections, including automatic refunds and guaranteed family seating.

Biden Signs FAA Bill: Automatic Refunds, Biometrics and More Flights From D.C.

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Why the Launch of Airbus’ New Plane Isn’t Going to Plan

The Airbus A321XLR is due to make its commercial debut in just a few months, but the aircraft has found itself caught in the middle of a major dispute.

Why the Launch of Airbus’ New Plane Isn’t Going to Plan