Articles tagged “airline”

Airlines

Majority of Airlines Miss Environmental Efficiency Targets: New Skift Research

Fuel efficiency is integral to the bottom line of airline operators. Skift Research found that efficiency improvements fluctuate considerably by year and between companies. Most were unable to achieve efficiency goals set by the industry.

Majority of Airlines Miss Environmental Efficiency Targets: New Skift Research

Airlines

United Commits to Pilot Diversity by Launching Its Own Flight School, Scholarships

Following the global reckoning of a lack of diversity and inclusion, will United Airlines' push for a more inclusive cockpit be the way of the future, or will it fizzle out? As more pilots retire, the new faces will tell their own story.

United Commits to Pilot Diversity by Launching Its Own Flight School, Scholarships

Airlines

Norway’s New Low-Cost Airline Aims to Crack Transatlantic Market

A new Nordic airline is positioning itself to take over some of the gaps left by Norwegian Air's long-haul exits. By importing some of the old leadership to this new venture, is Norse Atlantic setting itself up to repeat history or turn a new leaf?

Norway’s New Low-Cost Airline Aims to Crack Transatlantic Market

Coronavirus

Delta Is Bringing All Its Pilots Off the Sidelines: Will Passengers Follow?

Delta is taking a big chance with a forward-looking perspective by re-engaging pilots. Whether it's doing the right thing, or setting itself up for failure, will become much more clear in the months ahead.

Delta Is Bringing All Its Pilots Off the Sidelines: Will Passengers Follow?

Coronavirus

If You Souffle It, Will They Fly? Airlines Bring Back Hot Meals to Woo High-End Flyers

Some airlines are bringing back hot meals for their premium passengers, but is this all pomp-and-circumstance or will it help rev up sales? People are tired of paying for everything when they fly, airlines need to consider bringing back free food for all if they really want to attract customers.

If You Souffle It, Will They Fly? Airlines Bring Back Hot Meals to Woo High-End Flyers

Airlines

U.S. Airport Covid Testing Comes Down to Truth or Dare

If airport coronavirus testing is going to be successful and protect the flying public, airlines, clinics and public health need to work hand in hand.

U.S. Airport Covid Testing Comes Down to Truth or Dare

Announcements

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?

Nearly a year into the pandemic, the world's airlines are still trying to find their footing as historically low numbers of travelers take to the skies. Is vaccinating crews and then making it part of an airline's marketing message one way to jumpstart a travel rebound?

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?

Airlines

A Year of Pandemic Flying Exacts Heavy Toll on Flight Crews: Union Boss

Flight attendants are the face of an airline at 30,000 feet and the first line of defense, but the pandemic is taking a toll on the workforce. If airlines and the government are committed to recovery, taking care of these frontline workers is key to reassuring public confidence.

A Year of Pandemic Flying Exacts Heavy Toll on Flight Crews: Union Boss

Coronavirus

What Delta Air Lines Gets Out of Still Keeping the Middle Seat Open

More and more airlines are taking back the middle seat and while it makes good business sense, do they risk losing customers who might interpret it as greed or an affront to their health?

What Delta Air Lines Gets Out of Still Keeping the Middle Seat Open

Airlines

Loyalty Goes Both Ways in a Pandemic When Airlines Exit Markets

Many global airlines have reduced long-haul flights or exited markets altogether due to the pandemic, but more often than not their loyalty points have an expiration date. Now is a really good time for airlines to put customers first and adjust their valuable currency — or risk losing their loyalty.