Articles tagged “Iberia Airlines”

Airlines

Iberia Airlines Sees New Distribution Tactic as Way to Nose Ahead of Rivals

The Spanish flag carrier is overhauling its distribution process and plans to introduce new products in 2022. Its story provides insight into a flurry of announcements by other carriers aiming to make similar moves.

Iberia Airlines Sees New Distribution Tactic as Way to Nose Ahead of Rivals

Online Travel

Accor Backs Chatbot Tech Builder Mindsay in $10 Million Funding Round

The funding of French startup Mindsay may be small news. But interviews with its customers Iberia and CWT suggest that a second wave of chatbot technology has stopped frustrating travelers with as many misunderstandings as the earlier tech did. That's a big deal for the sector.

Accor Backs Chatbot Tech Builder Mindsay in $10 Million Funding Round

Tourism

Some Airlines Drop Venezuela Layovers to Avoid Turmoil for Crews

European carriers Iberia and TAP have added stops in the Caribbean. They will let their workers stay overnight elsewhere than in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, which is plagued with political violence. Smart.

Some Airlines Drop Venezuela Layovers to Avoid Turmoil for Crews

Airlines

What’s the Next Step for Airline Premium Economy?

A surprising number of airlines held out against adding premium economy as long as they could. But now most big airlines have added it or plan to. That's good news for passengers who want a little bit more space at a reasonable price.

What’s the Next Step for Airline Premium Economy?

Airlines

Airlines Become More Sophisticated With Personalized Offers for Passengers

Many of the world's airlines know they're not as good as retailers like Amazon in targeting offers for individual passengers. A lot of carriers want to improve, so they can get the right offer in front of the right person at the right time. But it won't be easy, since airlines often have clunky computer systems.

Airlines Become More Sophisticated With Personalized Offers for Passengers