Articles tagged “swiss air”

Online Travel

Google Searches for Summer Trips Doubled in Q2

Searches for travel — and retail items — propelled Google's advertising business in the second quarter, although one executive acknowledged that the travel sector is "experiencing some challenges."

Google Searches for Summer Trips Doubled in Q2

Online Travel

Lufthansa Group Shifts to Next Phase of Its Pioneering Distribution Strategy

Lufthansa Group may have done more than any other airline group to aggravate Amadeus, Travelport, and especially Sabre in recent years. Yet a grudging truce in the distribution battle may be possible, according to this exclusive interview with a top executive.

Lufthansa Group Shifts to Next Phase of Its Pioneering Distribution Strategy

Coronavirus

Breakdown of Lufthansa and Sabre Deal Signals New Risks for Corp Travel

The exact reasons for wanting to terminate the content deal aren’t clear, but Lufthansa’s direct-selling drive might have something to do with it.

Breakdown of Lufthansa and Sabre Deal Signals New Risks for Corp Travel

Airlines

Airline Lounges Up the Ante on Spa Perks for Ultra-Rich Male Passengers

Crazy-rich male travelers: they're just like us.

Airline Lounges Up the Ante on Spa Perks for Ultra-Rich Male Passengers

Airlines

The 5 Airline Websites Best Designed for Up Selling Flyers

Ideaworks believes that web design which makes it easier for consumers to know about and purchase a la carte ancillary products is essential to encouraging these sales. Call it hate-selling with a human face.

The 5 Airline Websites Best Designed for Up Selling Flyers

SkiftX

The Top 11 Airline Liveries of 2014

One side effect of the boom in Asian airlines is the wealth of carriers with strong, new looks.

The Top 11 Airline Liveries of 2014

Rail

Forget Samsung, Apple’s latest patent battle may be with Swiss railways

Apple has long been inspired by classic designs by companies from Sony to Bosch, but SBB wants to make it clear that the iPad maker's latest inspiration is more imitation.

Airlines

Which airline best uses social media to drive customer service?

Airlines' mistakes are immediately broadcasted on Twitter and Facebook, but they have a shot at turning disgruntled passengers into dedicated fliers by offering a quick solution in a friendly tone.

Airlines

SWISS lowers prices out of Geneva to battle low-cost carriers

For an airline that prides itself on stellar service, competing with the easyJets of the world requires more re-thinking than just dropping ticket prices by €20 or they'll end up disappointing both new and old customers in equal measure.