Articles tagged “premium air travel”

Airlines

Marriott Strengthens Expansion Plans in Turkey. Plus: Private Jet Service for Pets

And then they say it's a dog's life! While sky may be the limit for these high-flying pets, did we hear someone mention climate change?

Marriott Strengthens Expansion Plans in Turkey. Plus: Private Jet Service for Pets

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IDEAS: In-Flight Entertainment Gets a 4K Upgrade

Panasonic Avionics has introduced a range of new 4K OLED monitors for First and Business Class cabins, with United having recently announced that they plan to install the system on select new long haul aircrafts beginning in 2025. Credit: Panasonic Avionics The new monitors, which form part of the Astrova In-flight entertainment (IFE) lineup, come in…

Airlines

Delta Pins New Hopes on Gen Z and Millennials, Not Business Travelers

With business travel still recovering, Delta is looking at a new audience for its premium services.

Delta Pins New Hopes on Gen Z and Millennials, Not Business Travelers

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IDEAS: flydubai Redesigns Their Single-Aisle Business Class Experience

flydubai has unveiled the latest evolution in its premium business class offering, 'The Business suite', which is set to be introduced on select flights within its network. The Dubai-based carrier is the launch customer for this brand-new seat, having worked in close collaboration with Safran Seats, a leading manufacturer of aircraft seats and JPA Design,…

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Airline Ticket Prices Are Fairer Indicator of Passenger Carbon Emissions Than Seat Size — Study

Premium, business or first-class seat are regarded as more harmful to the environment, because the passenger is taking up more space on the aircraft. Most countries tax them more, too. But according to a new study, allocating passenger aircraft emissions using airfares rather than travel class gives a more accurate idea of individual contributions, prompting…

Airline Weekly

Delta Plans New Lie-Flat Transcontinental Seats in Premium Travel Push

Delta Air Lines is doubling down on its premium airline positioning with plans for new lie-flat seats on transcontinental U.S. routes. The investment comes as premium revenues, particularly from leisure travelers, have proven particularly robust in the recovery.

Delta Plans New Lie-Flat Transcontinental Seats in Premium Travel Push

Business Travel

Global Consulting Firms Project They Will Save Almost $1 Billion by Cutting Corp Travel in 2022

These latest company budgets and stricter travel programs are concrete evidence that there's simply no going back to 2019 levels.

Global Consulting Firms Project They Will Save Almost $1 Billion by Cutting Corp Travel in 2022

Airlines

Alaska Air Catches Up on Carving Out New Revenues

Customers may not like so-called segmentation in airplane cabins. But almost every U.S. airline is using it to boost revenues.

Alaska Air Catches Up on Carving Out New Revenues

Airlines

Delta Air Lines Sees Premium Profit

Travelers hoping for more free first-class upgrades should probably root for a recession. The economy is too strong for airlines to give away their best seats for free.

Delta Air Lines Sees Premium Profit
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American Airlines’ New Flagship Experience Raises the Bar for Passengers

American Airlines’ new Flagship experience gives its premium passengers a sneak peek into the passenger experience of the not too distant future.

American Airlines’ New Flagship Experience Raises the Bar for Passengers