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Online Travel

Uber CEO Is Fine Not Having a Superapp Model to Broaden Ridesharer’s Reach Into Travel

Come for the rides, stay for the food. Dara Khosrowshahi joined Uber as CEO when ridehailing was everything. Now he's navigating a multi-product approach. Yet when it comes to profits, Uber's still en route.

Uber CEO Is Fine Not Having a Superapp Model to Broaden Ridesharer’s Reach Into Travel

Airlines

These 4 Airlines Made More From Upsells Than Ticket Sales in 2020

In an industry record, four budget airlines generated more revenue from ancillaries than they did from ticket sales in 2020. More importantly, ancillary revenue grew across all of the largest airlines last year despite the crisis.

These 4 Airlines Made More From Upsells Than Ticket Sales in 2020

Airline Weekly

Boeing Offers Rosy Forecast of $9 Trillion for Aerospace Market Over 20 Years

Boeing Offers Rosy Forecast of $9 Trillion for Aerospace Market Over 20 Years

Airline Weekly

Icelandic Startup Fly Play CEO Welcomes Comparison to Defunct Wow Air

Icelandic Startup Fly Play CEO Welcomes Comparison to Defunct Wow Air
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Business Travel

How Gett Is Rethinking the Corporate Ground Transportation Experience

Corporate ground transportation management (GTM) platform Gett is disrupting the sector with its streamlined, intuitive, and integrated B2B platform.

How Gett Is Rethinking the Corporate Ground Transportation Experience

Airlines

JetBlue Founder’s Startup Breeze Places Bet on Adding Longer Flights

Will the Airbus A220 be a game changer for David Neeleman's latest venture? If he's right about Covid denting demand by just 10 percent, then possibly.

JetBlue Founder’s Startup Breeze Places Bet on Adding Longer Flights

Airlines

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

There were naysayers after 9/11 that said people would never fly again in droves out of security concerns, and now Covid and its variant joint-venture partners have rocked the travel industry. History has shown, however, that "travel" and the human spirit are indomitable.

20 Years After 9/11 a Resilient Airline Industry Faces New Challenges

Airline Weekly

Japan Airlines to Deploy $2.7 Billion to Expand Budget Carrier Operations

Japan Airlines to Deploy $2.7 Billion to Expand Budget Carrier Operations

Airlines

White House Aims For 20 Percent Lower Aviation Emissions by 2030

As the race for net carbon neutrality inches closer, governments are looking for ways to incentivize airlines into reducing their carbon footprints. Let's be real, who doesn't like a tax cut, but why can't an airline do the right thing for the sake of the people it serves?

White House Aims For 20 Percent Lower Aviation Emissions by 2030

Airlines

U.S. Doubles Fines for Maskless Travelers on Airplanes

Twice the financial pain is a good idea but banning non-vaccinated travelers, at least during the current surge in the U.S., is an even better one.

U.S. Doubles Fines for Maskless Travelers on Airplanes

Airlines

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Twenty years after that fated day, enhanced security measures are now just part of the routine of travel — and the cost of doing business across the globe.

The Enduring Impact of 9/11 on the Business of Travel

Airlines

Qantas Plans Vaccine Requirement for All International Flyers

Vaccine mandates are the next big thing for the travel industry with many companies requiring staff get their jabs. Now Qantas may be the first to take the logical next step with a mandate that passengers on international flights do the same.

Qantas Plans Vaccine Requirement for All International Flyers