Page 3

Articles tagged “airlines”

Airlines

Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

Like Lazarus, regional carrier ExpressJet hopes to rise from the dead. Can the airline survive flying on its own during a pandemic with small jets? The airline almost pulled it off before, but can it do it again, or will history repeat itself?

Can a Downsized Regional Airline Relaunch in a Pandemic? ExpressJet Thinks It Can

Coronavirus

Private Aviation Sees Opportunities in Anticipation of More Business Travel This Fall

The pandemic has provided private jet services with big upsides, first with wealthy leisure travelers. But now the target is executives gearing up to travel more this fall. How will commercial airlines respond?

Private Aviation Sees Opportunities in Anticipation of More Business Travel This Fall

Coronavirus

The Domestic Routes That Saw Huge Gains in the Worst Year Ever for Airlines: All in Asia

The fact that the most traveled domestic routes for 2020 were all in Asia reflects some sort of success in containing Covid-19 on the continent despite continuing challenges.

The Domestic Routes That Saw Huge Gains in the Worst Year Ever for Airlines: All in Asia

Online Travel

Southwest Lawsuit Alleges Skiplagged and Kiwi Collude to Deceive Flyers

The smart money has Southwest prevailing in this lawsuit against Skiplagged, given the airlines's 17-year history of beating back such alleged interlopers. On the other hand, when it came to an Orbitz lawsuit, Skiplagged knew how to bob and weave.

Southwest Lawsuit Alleges Skiplagged and Kiwi Collude to Deceive Flyers
Free Read

Airlines

Southwest Airlines Enters New U.S. Markets to Prep for Business Travel’s Recovery

Southwest Airlines is doubling down on its business offering with fresh initiatives and new routes, including Houston, Chicago, Miami, Jackson, and Colorado Springs. As we get closer to a post-pandemic world, initiatives like these will help get business travelers back in the air.

Southwest Airlines Enters New U.S. Markets to Prep for Business Travel’s Recovery

Airlines

EasyJet’s Rail Deal Highlights New Airline Sector Way of Selling Trains and Flights

Airlines need to work more closely with railway operators to fend off climate change activists. But they also need to test new technological ways of selling content from other suppliers. Let's think beyond joint ventures, codeshares, and interlining.

EasyJet’s Rail Deal Highlights New Airline Sector Way of Selling Trains and Flights

Airlines

United’s Meal Fare to Be Served Up by Outside Caterer Starting This Fall

Airlines are being careful not to violate the provisions of the Cares Act, when outsourcing. But once it expires everything is fair game and the ones left paying the price will employees losing jobs.

United’s Meal Fare to Be Served Up by Outside Caterer Starting This Fall

Airlines

1 in 5 Flight Attendants Have Had Physical Altercations With Unruly Passengers so Far This Year

Flight attendants feeling the brunt of unruly passengers are not feeling protected. If airlines don't want to lose these valuable workers, lose revenue and potentially set travel's recovery back with canceled flights, more must be done by the government to ensure their safety.

1 in 5 Flight Attendants Have Had Physical Altercations With Unruly Passengers so Far This Year

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

How long can airlines survive on huge losses? Without uniform global vaccine equity and open borders, the prospects are low.

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

Airlines

Top Global Airline Brands Lose More Than $35 Billion in Brand Value: Report

The uncertainties of the pandemic have sucker-punched the airline industry in more ways than one. Gaining the public's trust through reliability, transparency, and inclusiveness will go a long way towards improving an airline's reputation and brand value.

Top Global Airline Brands Lose More Than $35 Billion in Brand Value: Report

Airlines

Israel’s El Al Airlines Starts Flying to Morocco After Diplomatic Resolution Between the Two Countries

A significant by-product of the improved relationship betwen Israel and Morocco is a big boost for Morocco's economy as it will surely be a popular destination for Israeli travelers.

Israel’s El Al Airlines Starts Flying to Morocco After Diplomatic Resolution Between the Two Countries

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Doubles Down on the E-Commerce Trend by Carriers

The superapp is where it's at in Asia, so it's not a surprise to see Singapore's flag carrier broaden its e-commerce playbook. Yet looking worldwide, it's remarkable how many airlines are now going direct-to-consumer in selling non-flight products and services.

Singapore Airlines Doubles Down on the E-Commerce Trend by Carriers