This Week on BNET (May 25 – 29)

Advertising, Air New Zealand, Alliances, BNET, Labor Relations, LGB - Long Beach, Southwest, United, Westjet

Long Beach Airport Garage and Terminal Plans Move Forward
The airport is starting to put forth more concrete plans, and it’s sounding pretty good.

Southwest Pushes WestJet Codeshare, Shifts Priorities
WestJet announced yesterday that Southwest was delaying its codeshare to focus on other things. What are those other things?

Too Many Korean Airports Are Being Built
Korea keeps building airports and many of them are sitting there empty.

Should Airlines Pay More Attention to Their Online Reputations?
Online reputations are important, and one study says airlines need to do a better job.

United’s Labor Negotiations Platform Explains What It Wants for Employees
United’s Labor Negotiations Platform is out there for the public to review. This post focuses on what United says it wants for its employees.

What United Wants For the Company In Its Labor Negotiations
And here is what United says it wants for the company.

Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe Discusses the Airline’s Clothes-Free Ad Campaign
I sat down with Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe to discuss the airline’s latest ad campagin, which has become a global phenomenon.

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