In search of premium: PaxEx Update (2019-08-23)

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

Where are the premium passengers at? United and Qantas are both pushing new projects that aim to deliver a compelling product and collect those higher yields. Plus a new inflight wifi solution hits an installation milestone and more!
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United bets big on premium leisure with 2020 transatlantic expansion

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

When you fly a plane with 30-50% fewer seats than the competition the business case must be incredibly strong. For United Airlines the new 763 High J layout is proving a valuable tool in its transatlantic market expansion, including new routes announce…

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A Hong Kong Surprise: PaxEx Update (16 August 2019)

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

A surprise twist in the Hong Kong protests as Cathay CEO Rupert Hogg resigns. Plus RFID for bags, VR for passengers and new aircraft types launching service soon. A busy week with plenty to uncover in this edition of PaxEx Update!
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American brings priority handling, NDC booking to corporate customers

Written by Seth Miller @ Wandering Aramean

How can an airline boost its corporate travel share? American Airlines trotted out a set of benefits this week that is comparable to some elite status or co-brand credit card perks, hoping to convert more potential customers into real elites with those…

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