Delta Swaps International and Domestic Aircraft To Fight the Low Cost Carriers

Delta Swaps International and Domestic Aircraft To Fight the Low Cost Carriers

It was more than a year and a half ago when I wrote this about JetBlue’s first big expansion of its Mint premium cabin beyond the usual transcon markets between New York and both LA and San Francisco:

So far JetBlue has had tremendous success

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3 Links I Love: KLM Not LinkedIn, California Pacific Tries Again, the Delta 747 Goodbye

3 Links I Love: KLM Not LinkedIn, California Pacific Tries Again, the Delta 747 Goodbye

This week’s featured link:
KLM Lets The Customer Decide…Meanwhile at KLM
This is a really interesting read. KLM has one of the more aggressive social media strategies out there, and it has made itself available wherever travelers wanted to find the airline. But it only goes where people … Read the post

Cranky on the Web: New Ideas (Some Terrible) for Inflight Entertainment

Cranky on the Web: New Ideas (Some Terrible) for Inflight Entertainment

The future of in-flight entertainment may include gymsMarketwatch
Don’t let the title fool you. The future of inflight entertainment will NOT include gyms. But airlines are trying out some new things. My feelings on some of these gimmicks? Meh. I’m just happy with more customized content. The rest … Read the post

3 Links I Love: The Huge Importance of a Nonstop Flight, Marketing Premium Travel, Another 747 Tribute

3 Links I Love: The Huge Importance of a Nonstop Flight, Marketing Premium Travel, Another 747 Tribute

This week’s featured link:
How Direct Flights Shape a City’s FortunesCityLab
Oooh this is a fun one. They went and played with the data here and found that having a nonstop link is of huge importance to developing business between two cities. And some places are just naturally … Read the post

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