Articles tagged “premium economy”

Airlines

Emirates Sees Rise in Unsold Premium Seats, But the Post-Pandemic Party Isn’t Over Yet

With premium cabins typically delivering much higher profit margins than economy seats, good occupancy is a key performance metric for many airlines.

Emirates Sees Rise in Unsold Premium Seats, But the Post-Pandemic Party Isn’t Over Yet

Airlines

American Airlines Revamps Passenger Experience Amid Premium Travel Boom

From rethinking menus to opting for more comfortable and sustainable bedding, American is hoping to win over more premium travelers with more premium products.

American Airlines Revamps Passenger Experience Amid Premium Travel Boom

Airlines

India’s Newest Airline Takes Off – India Report

Regional air connectivity is a major focus for the India government. Amid this, the commencement of operations by Fly91 highlights the vibrant aviation landscape in the country.

India’s Newest Airline Takes Off – India Report

Airlines

Indigo and Air India See More Domestic Flights This Winter: India Report

As Go First’s operations remain suspended and financially-troubled SpiceJet’s schedule shrinks, Indigo and Air India will shoulder the bulk of responsibilities in the Indian aviation industry.

Indigo and Air India See More Domestic Flights This Winter: India Report

Hotels

Wyndham Vs. Choice: Charting the Midscale Hotel Rivalry – New Skift Research

Wyndham and Choice are known for their franchise-based portfolios in the U.S. midscale and economy sectors. As other major brands explore expansion into this area, we offer an analysis of the current frontrunners with 20 key charts.

Wyndham Vs. Choice: Charting the Midscale Hotel Rivalry – New Skift Research

Hotels

Hotels in India Rush to Capture ‘Premium’ Demand

Prices are rising and the shift in traveler preferences runs counter to the perception of India as a budget market.

Hotels in India Rush to Capture ‘Premium’ Demand

Airlines

Delta is Having a Great Summer Thanks to Robust International Travel

Travelers are eager to see the sights of London or mountains of Peru this summer. More international travelers lift Delta and other network carriers' domestic numbers, too, by feeding passengers onto flights.

Delta is Having a Great Summer Thanks to Robust International Travel

Hotels

Marriott Vs. Hilton: A Battle of Net Unit Growth

Marriott's scale and skew to slower growing segments has meant it has lagged behind its closest competitor Hilton on net unit growth for many years. Whilst its exposure to luxury historically disadvantaged growth, renewed interest in the development of luxury hotels post Covid will likely aid Marriott in bridging the unit growth gap with Hilton.

Marriott Vs. Hilton: A Battle of Net Unit Growth

Airlines

India Daily: International Flight Searches Up 24% For Monsoon Travel, Kayak Says

Revenge travel has been one of the dominant trends globally post-pandemic, irrespective of seasons. While that continues to play out, understanding where flight search volumes are highest for any given destination is crucial for all players involved in the travel ecosystem.

India Daily: International Flight Searches Up 24% For Monsoon Travel, Kayak Says

Airlines

Delta’s Summer Plan Is 15,000 More Premium Seats Than Pre-Covid

Major U.S. airlines, including Delta, are betting that demand for premium seats will continue despite inflationary pressures.

Delta’s Summer Plan Is 15,000 More Premium Seats Than Pre-Covid